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Omicron in Australia: what does the new Covid variant mean, and how worried should we be?

The Observer 29 Nov 2021
On Friday, a new Covid-19 variant first identified in southern Africa was revealed, and by Saturday, the World Health Organization (WHO) had named it Omicron and declared it a “variant of concern” ... By Sunday, two Omicron cases were confirmed in Australia, where the government promptly slammed the border shut to travellers from nine African nations.
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Australian Research Finds Climate Change Behind Bushfire Surge

Voa News 29 Nov 2021
New research by Australia’s national science agency shows that climate change has driven a significant increase in bushfires over the last three decades. Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, or CSIRO, has found an 800% rise in the average annual area burned by bushfires in Australia since the 1990s.
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Oil recoups losses from Friday, focusing on Omicron spread, Iran talks

The Times of India 29 Nov 2021
The Omicron coronavirus variant spread around the world on Sunday, with new cases found in the Netherlands, Denmark and Australia even as more countries imposed travel restrictions. The World Health Organization (WHO) said it was not yet clear whether Omicron, first detected in Southern Africa, is more transmissible or dangerous than other variants.
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Oil rebounds on speculation OPEC+ may pause output increase

Metro USA 29 Nov 2021
The Omicron variant spread around the world on Sunday, with new cases found in the Netherlands, Denmark and Australia even as more countries imposed travel restrictions. The World Health Organization (WHO) said it was not yet clear whether Omicron, first detected in southern Africa, is more transmissible or dangerous than other variants.
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EXPLAINER: What we know and don't know about Omicron - the new COVID variant

India TV 29 Nov 2021
It's unclear where the new variant first emerged, but scientists in South Africa alerted the World Health Organization in recent days, and it has now been seen in travelers arriving in several countries, from Australia to Israel to the Netherlands ... WHAT DO WE KNOW ABOUT OMICRON? ... WHY ARE SCIENTISTS WORRIED ABOUT THIS NEW VARIANT? ... ....
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Oil rebounds as investors go bargain-hunting after slump

Business Day 29 Nov 2021
The Omicron variant spread around the world on Sunday, with new cases found in the Netherlands, Denmark and Australia even as more countries imposed travel restrictions. The World Health Organization (WHO) said it is not yet clear whether Omicron, first detected in Southern Africa, is more transmissible or dangerous than other variants ... Reuters .
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AP News in Brief at 9:04 p.m. EST

The Norman Transcript 29 Nov 2021
The Netherlands reported 13 omicron cases on Sunday, and both Canada and Australia each found two ... It’s unclear where the new variant first emerged, but scientists in South Africa alerted the World Health Organization in recent days, and it has now been seen in travelers arriving in several countries, from Australia to Israel to the Netherlands.
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AP News in Brief at 11:04 p.m. EST

Bowling Green Daily News 29 Nov 2021
The Netherlands reported 13 omicron cases on Sunday, and both Canada and Australia each found two ... It’s unclear where the new variant first emerged, but scientists in South Africa alerted the World Health Organization in recent days, and it has now been seen in travelers arriving in several countries, from Australia to Israel to the Netherlands.
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AP News in Brief at 6:04 p.m. EST

Tahlequah Daily Press 29 Nov 2021
The Netherlands reported 13 omicron cases on Sunday, and Australia found two ... It’s unclear where the new variant first emerged, but scientists in South Africa alerted the World Health Organization in recent days, and it has now been seen in travelers arriving in several countries, from Australia to Israel to the Netherlands.
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What we know and don’t know on new COVID omicron variant

Hartford Courant 29 Nov 2021
It’s unclear where the new variant first emerged, but scientists in South Africa alerted the World Health Organization in recent days, and it has now been seen in travelers arriving in several countries, from Australia to Israel to the Netherlands. Advertisement ... WHAT DO WE KNOW ABOUT OMICRON? ... Advertisement. Advertisement ... Maybe ... .
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EXPLAINER: What we know and don't know on new COVID variant Omicron

Business Line 29 Nov 2021
It's unclear where the new variant first emerged, but scientists in South Africa alerted the World Health Organization in recent days, and it has now been seen in travelers arriving in several countries, from Australia to Israel to the Netherlands ... That means people who contracted Covid-19 and recovered could be subject to catching it again ... Maybe.
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Omicron variant: Check origin, scientists opinion, travel curbs. Details here

Live Mint 29 Nov 2021
It's unclear where the new variant first emerged, but scientists in South Africa alerted the World Health Organization in recent days, and it has now been seen in travelers arriving in several countries, from Australia to Israel to the Netherlands. MORE FROM THIS SECTIONSee All. Premium Premium WHO says too early to understand Omicron severity ... PM ... .
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Many men don't take good care of themselves. COVID-19 vaccine rates are the latest in ...

Finger Lakes Times 29 Nov 2021
In Australia, for example, men are encouraged to join community organizations called "sheds," where they discuss healthy behaviors while partaking in such activities as woodworking and beekeeping ... company's parental leave policy, neither do new fathers lower in the organization.
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What we know and don’t know on new COVID variant

Lima Ohio 29 Nov 2021
It’s unclear where the new variant first emerged, but scientists in South Africa alerted the World Health Organization in recent days, and it has now been seen in travelers arriving in several countries, from Australia to Israel to the Netherlands ... What do we know about omicron? ... Why are scientists worried about this new variant? ... Maybe ... Dr.
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AP News in Brief at 12:04 a.m. EST

Reflector 29 Nov 2021
It’s unclear where the new variant first emerged, but scientists in South Africa alerted the World Health Organization in recent days, and it has now been seen in travelers arriving in several countries, from Australia to Israel to the Netherlands.
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