Riding the Omicron wave this year


The upcoming Johor state elections are a wild card in predicting Omicron cases as it will involve many more voters compared to last year’s Malacca and Sarawak state elections. — Filepic

The Covid-19 Omicron wave has arrived in Malaysia, with five-digit daily cases this past week (February 2022).

What can we observe about this SARS-CoV-2 Omicron viral variant from other countries so far, what are projections for Malaysia for the next three to four months, and what can we do about the Omicron surge?

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