What Do You Need To Know About Omicron? Biden Says Be Concerned But Don't Panic : The NPR Politics Podcast A new Covid-19 variant called Omicron is spreading throughout the world and public health officials are worried about its transmissibility. President Biden addressed the nation saying, "this variant is a cause for concern — not a cause for panic." But the variant is reigniting anxieties about the pandemic.

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What Do You Need To Know About Omicron? Biden Says Be Concerned But Don't Panic

What Do You Need To Know About Omicron? Biden Says Be Concerned But Don't Panic

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A new Covid-19 variant called Omicron is spreading throughout the world and public health officials are worried about its transmissibility. President Biden addressed the nation saying, "this variant is a cause for concern — not a cause for panic." But the variant is reigniting anxieties about the pandemic.

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