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Intensive care admissions in variant-stricken South African province are HALF of levels during Delta

1 month ago   |   By Daily Mail

EXCLUSIVE: Figures suggest that ICU admissions in South Africa are lower during the Omicron wave than the Delta one. But fewer people had immunity when Delta struck.
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