Update on reinfection caused by Omicron variant

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World Health Organization (WHO) published this video item, entitled “Update on reinfection caused by Omicron variant” – below is their description.

Dr Maria Van Kerkhove, Technical Lead for COVID-19 at WHO and Dr Mike Ryan, Executive Director of WHO’s Health Emergencies Programme discussed what we know so far about #COVID19 reinfection caused by the Omicron variant during a live Q&A broadcast on the 3rd of December 2021,

Watch the entire Q&A here: https://youtu.be/rpzhUI_7_GI

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