South African Medical Association Debunks Global Hysteria – Says Omicron Variant Symptoms ‘Unusual But Mild’ – Even WHO Says No Reason to Panic

The South African Medical Association spoke about the hysteria that has been created due to the new mutation of the virus called Omicron. Angelique Coetzee, the South African Medical Association chairwoman who warned about the new strain of the virus. She had an exciting update and added that the Omicron had unusual but mild symptoms.

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“It presents mild disease with symptoms being sore muscles and tiredness for a day or two not feeling well. So far, we have detected that those infected do not suffer the loss of taste or smell. They might have a slight cough. There are no prominent symptoms. Of those infected, some are currently being treated at home,” said Dr. Coetzee to Sputnik.

“Yes, it is transmissible, but for now, as medical practitioners, we do not know why so much hype is being driven as we are still looking into it. We will only know after two to three weeks as there are some patients admitted, and these are young people aged 40 and younger,” she added.

Dr. Coetzee talked to Telegraph, and she said that two dozen of her patients, positive to the new mutation, were healthy men who only felt tired.

She added that he disagrees with the countries that ban flight from Africa; it is ‘premature because there is not enough information on how dangerous it is,’ per Sputnik.

The officials say the hospitals aren’t swamped and overwhelmed with this new variant.

The WHO’s representative in Russia, Melita Vujnovic, said that people don’t have to panic because it isn’t that bad.

Sputnik News reported:

“It seems to me that there should be no panic, as we do not know yet… if this virus bypasses a vaccine, how much it will decrease effectiveness of any vaccine – we do not know this, at the moment,” Vujnovic told the Soloviev Live YouTube show.
The official added that “of course, Africa does not have enough vaccine shots, even though the South African Republic produces vaccine.”
However, Vujnovic assumed that the Omicron variant might be more contagious than other strains.

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