Why the North May Have a Surveillance Problem with Omicron

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So, let’s say it’s November, and you wake up with fatigue, body aches, and a scratchy throat.

Would you rush out to get a COVID test? Maybe, maybe not.

More likely you would call your doctor, and your doctor, especially if they are older and more inclined to trust their own established clinical judgment, will say “Influenza.”

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