1. WHO: Omicron-fuelled COVID-19 surge flattening in Africa  Guardian Nigeria
  2. WHO: Omicron currently the dominant COVID variant in Nigeria  TheCable
  3. Omicron now dominant COVID-19 variant in Nigeria – WHO  Daily Post Nigeria
  4. Omicron-fueled COVID-19 4th wave in Africa flattens after surge, says WHO  Vanguard
  5. View Full coverage on Google News

guardian.ng

The World Health Organisation (WHO) says the Omicron is currently the dominant COVID variant in Nigeria. As of December 20...The World Health Organisation (WHO) says the Omicron is currently the dominant COVID variant in Nigeria. As of December 20...

WHO: Omicron currently the dominant COVID variant in Nigeria

www.vanguardngr.com

The World Health Organization (WHO) says Omicron is currently the dominant COVID-19 variant in Nigeria. On Thursday, the body said 30 African countries,The World Health Organization (WHO) says Omicron is currently the dominant COVID-19 variant in Nigeria. On Thursday, the body said 30 African countries,

Omicron now dominant COVID-19 variant in Nigeria - WHO - Daily Post Nigeria

The World Health Organization (WHO) says Omicron is currently the dominant COVID-19 variant in Nigeria. On Thursday, the body said 30 African countries,The World Health Organization (WHO) says Omicron is currently the dominant COVID-19 variant in Nigeria. On Thursday, the body said 30 African countries,

Omicron now dominant COVID-19 variant in Nigeria - WHO - Daily Post Nigeria

twitter.com

twitter.com

twitter.com

twitter.com

After a six-week surge, Africa’s fourth pandemic wave driven primarily by the Omicron variant is flattening, marking the shortest-lived surge to date in the continent where cumulative cases have now exceeded 10 million.After a six-week surge, Africa’s fourth pandemic wave driven primarily by the Omicron variant is flattening, marking the shortest-lived surge to date in the continent where cumulative cases have now exceeded 10 million.

Omicron-fuelled COVID-19 surge in Africa plateaus | WHO | Regional Office for Africa

The World Health Organisation (WHO) said Africa's fourth pandemic wave, driven by the new Omicron variant, is flattening after a six-week surge.The World Health Organisation (WHO) said Africa's fourth pandemic wave, driven by the new Omicron variant, is flattening after a six-week surge.

After six-week surge, Africa's Omicron-driven fourth pandemic wave flattens: WHO - Coronavirus Outbreak News

WHO says only north and west of continent are still recording an increase in casesWHO says only north and west of continent are still recording an increase in cases

Africa cases drop for first time since Omicron wave but deaths rise

The surge of COVID-19 driven by the Omicron variant in Africa is flattening, the World Health Organization said Thursday.The surge of COVID-19 driven by the Omicron variant in Africa is flattening, the World Health Organization said Thursday.

Omicron COVID-19 surge in Africa slowing down, WHO reports - UPI.com

After a six-week surge, Africa’s fourth pandemic wave, which has been mainly driven by the Omicron variant, is flattening, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Thursday. |After a six-week surge, Africa’s fourth pandemic wave, which has been mainly driven by the Omicron variant, is flattening, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Thursday.

Africa’s fourth COVID wave flattens out after six-week surge | | UN News

After a six-week surge, WHO says Omicron has recorded its first drop in cases, marking the shortest-lived surge so far on the continentAfter a six-week surge, WHO says Omicron has recorded its first drop in cases, marking the shortest-lived surge so far on the continent

Omicron Surge in Africa Showing Signs of Flattening

A South African pulmonologist said on Thursday that she was still seeing serious COVID-19 disease in people who are unvaccinated or have comorbidities during an infection wave driven by the Omicron variant.A South African pulmonologist said on Thursday that she was still seeing serious COVID-19 disease in people who are unvaccinated or have comorbidities during an infection wave driven by the Omicron variant.

S.Africa still seeing serious COVID-19 in unvaccinated, vulnerable during Omicron wave | Reuters

Rest of World News: JOHANNESBURG: A South African pulmonologist said on Thursday that she was still seeing serious Covid-19 disease in people who are unvaccinated or have.Rest of World News: JOHANNESBURG: A South African pulmonologist said on Thursday that she was still seeing serious Covid-19 disease in people who are unvaccinated or have.

South Africa still seeing serious Covid-19 in unvaccinated, vulnerable during Omicron wave - Times of India

The World Health Organization says Africa's surge in new coronavirus cases fueled by the Omicron variant is flattening.The World Health Organization says Africa's surge in new coronavirus cases fueled by the Omicron variant is flattening.

WHO: Africa's fourth pandemic wave flattening | NHK WORLD-JAPAN News

As of 11 January, there have been 10.2 million cumulative Covid-19 cases in Africa. Weekly cases plateaued in the seven days to 9 January from the week beforeAs of 11 January, there have been 10.2 million cumulative Covid-19 cases in Africa. Weekly cases plateaued in the seven days to 9 January from the week before

Good news! WHO shares positive data on Omicron-led 4th Covid wave. Read here

Variant has already recorded its first drop in cases, making it the shortest-lived wave since the onset of Covid-19.Variant has already recorded its first drop in cases, making it the shortest-lived wave since the onset of Covid-19.

The worst of the Omicron variant is behind us – WHO - Moneyweb

Although the fourth wave of pandemic on the African continent has been the 'shortest-lived' surge, WHO warned that 'the next wave might not be so forgiving'.Although the fourth wave of pandemic on the African continent has been the 'shortest-lived' surge, WHO warned that 'the next wave might not be so forgiving'.

Africa's Omicron-fuelled fourth Covid wave flattens out after 6-week surge, WHO says

Says like Kenya, most countries, have recorded a 14 per cent decline in infections over the past weekSays like Kenya, most countries, have recorded a 14 per cent decline in infections over the past week

Omicron wave nearly over in Africa, says WHO

The World Health Organization (WHO) has marked the Covid-19 fourth wave on the African continent as the shortest-lived The WHO added that the number of deaths is lower than what was recorded in previous waves. Speaking at a virtual news conference on Thurssday, the WHO-Africa Director, Dr. Matshidiso Moeti, revealed that the wave, which was […]

Covid-19: Fourth wave in Africa is shortest-lived surge on continent - WHO - MyJoyOnline.com

www.iol.co.za

English News and Press Release on World about Health and Epidemic; published on 13 Jan 2022 by WHOEnglish News and Press Release on World about Health and Epidemic; published on 13 Jan 2022 by WHO

Omicron-fuelled COVID-19 surge in Africa plateaus - World | ReliefWeb

After Six-Week Surge, Africa's Omicron-Driven Fourth COVID Pandemic Wave Flattens: WHO

After Six-Week Surge, Africa's Omicron-Driven Fourth COVID Pandemic Wave Flattens: WHO

After a six-week surge, Africa's fourth wave of the Covid-19 pandemic driven primarily by the Omicron variant, is flattening.Addis Ababa: After a six-week surge, Africa's fourth wave of the Covid-19 pandemic driven primarily by the Omicron variant, is flattening, marking the

Africa's 4th Covid wave flattening: WHO

The new Omicron variant was first reported to the WHO from South Africa on November 24. The new Omicron variant was first reported to the WHO from South Africa on November 24.

www.news18.com