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Scientists Say Omicron Won’t Be The Last Worrisome Variant

BELO HORIZONTE, BRAZIL - MARCH 24: Observation of the gel that assesses the purity of the antigens produced in the laboratory on March 24, 2020 in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. The Ministry of Health convened The Technological Vaccine Center of the Federal University of Minas Gerais laboratory to conduct research on the coronavirus (COVID-19) in order to diagnose, test and develop a vaccine. According to the Ministry of Health, as of Tuesday, March 24, Brazil has 1.891 confirmed cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and at least 34 recorded deceases. (Photo by Pedro Vilela/Getty Images)

When it comes to the coronavirus, only one thing is certain, according to scientists – more variants will arrive eventually.

Experts say Omicron won’t be the last worrisome variant, with every infection offering another chance for the virus to mutate.

Scientists say it’s impossible to predict what the next big variant might look like – or if current vaccines and treatments will work on it.

What do you think the ‘end’ of the pandemic will look like?  Will there be a return to normal, or is this the new normal?



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