Laos on high alert as cases are rising and Thailand had confirmed first case of Omicron Covid-19 variant

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VIENTIANE, Dec 11: The Lao government has announced that Laos now remains on high alert for the new variant, urging residents to take extra precautions against Covid-19, saying that the new Omicron variant could appear in the population at any time, reports Laotian Times.

On top of that, it close neighbours, Thailand, has confirmed its first case of the Omicron coronavirus variant earlier this week.

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