BA.2 Subvariants Are Spreading, So Be Afraid, Okay?
The Pandemic Panic Narrative does not want you to forget about BA.2, even if you refuse to politely get terrified by it. So here's sub-subvariant BA.2.12.1.
BA.2.12.1 was responsible for 29% of new COVID-19 infections nationally last week, according to data reported Tuesday by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And it caused 58% of reported infections in the New York region.
The variant has been detected in at least 13 other countries, but the U.S. has the highest levels of it so far. Scientists say it spreads even faster than stealth omicron.
Of course, a “stealthy” infectious respiratory pathogen is by definition more contagious but less severe…so react accordingly.
(And take your vitamins.)