Omicron also confirmed in Germany; AstraZeneca says the vaccine can be developed

BERLIN: Omidron, a new variant of Kovid, has been confirmed in the European country of Germany. Hesse’s Minister of Social Affairs, Kay Close, tweeted that the virus had been confirmed in a passenger from South Africa.

Close said the passenger was currently in isolation and would be subjected to further tests. In the last few weeks, the minister has suggested that people from South Africa should reduce their contact with people and undergo the Kovid test. Germany is the second European country to confirm Omikron. Earlier in Belgium the new Kovid variant was confirmed.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued a warning to Asian countries following the arrival of the Omicron variant in Europe. The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that monitoring, vigilance and precaution should be strengthened.

At the same time, the bio-pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca said it could develop a vaccine to combat the Kovid variant of Omicron. The AstraZeneca research team claims that the vaccine can be developed rapidly.

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