Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-12-06 22:13:06 –
Las Vegas (KTNV) — The new COVID-19 variant Omicron dominates new cases in South Africa, with an increasing number of cases in Europe. It has begun its way to the United States, but are we ready for it?
In fact, the coronavirus continues to mutate. The question is, is Southern Nevada ready? And what about the impact on the economy?
COVID-19 hit us like a bus. Then the delta variant shook. Currently, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that a variant of Omicron is here, but it is unclear what the risk is.
We sat down with the governor today to see what he had to say about Nevada’s reaction.
“I hope it never happens again, and the medical system is well prepared to handle different viruses in different variants better than before. New restrictions. You don’t have to do it or people lose their jobs. The important thing is to get people vaccinated, “says Sisorak.
The original COVID-19 has rocked our economy at its core, many still struggling with employment and remain open. The Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation says they are getting better despite the DETR blunders of the last two years.
“We’ve made so many changes and improvements to the system that we’ll be prepared for a significant influx in case something goes wrong,” said Elisa Cafferata, director of DETR. ..
NS CDC is called Omicron It may spread faster than the original COVID-19 virus, but it is unclear at this time if it will spread faster than Delta.Dr. Fashi Early reports say A quote about Omicron: “Encouragement”.