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  2. XBB.1.5 Vs BF.7 Omicron Variant: Which One Is Most Dangerous ...

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    Scroll down to know which one of these two is more contagious, and more dangerous. ... is also known as BA.5.2.1.7. is one of the latest sub-variants of Omicron’s BA.5 variant. The BA.5 sub ...

  3. XBB.1.5 Omicron subvariant: Questions patients may have

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    Since the COVID-19 Omicron variant became the world’s dominant strain, it has mutated into different subvariants. First it was BA.1, then it was the BA.5 Omicron subvariant. It eventually mutated into BQ.1 and BQ.1.1. Now there is XBB.1.5—nicknamed the Kraken—which derived from the BA.2 Omicron subvariant. It is part of the XBB family of ...

  4. Omicron has splintered, amounting to a 'variant soup' — and ...

    www.abc.net.au/news/health/2023-01-31/three...

    In recent months, the emergence of new, more immune-evasive subvariants has triggered a huge wave of infections and reinfections. Dr Turville, from the Kirby Institute, said although the subvariants in circulation were genetically "very diverse", there was no evidence to suggest any were causing more serious disease.

  5. What you need to know about XBB.1.5, COVID's latest variant

    medicalxpress.com/news/2023-01-xbb15-covid...

    A new variant of the novel coronavirus now makes up more than half of U.S. COVID-19 cases, according to the latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. A subvariant of Omicron ...

  6. CH.1.1, or “Orthrus,” was estimated to comprise 1.5% of U.S. cases as of Friday. Another Omicron spawn, it was named after a mythical two-headed cattle dog killed by Hercules, by Australian ...

  7. Covid Booster and Omicron: Who Should Get a Shot Now? - The ...

    www.nytimes.com/2023/02/02/well/live/covid...

    The smallest boost was seen for antibodies that defend against some of the newer Omicron subvariants that have more antibody-evading mutations, such as BQ.1.1 and XBB (the current dominant strain ...

  8. The 'Kraken' Subvariant XBB.1.5 Sounds Scary. But Behind The...

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    The XBB.1.5 subvariant, known informally as“Kraken”, is the latest in a menagerie of Omicron subvariants to dominate the headlines, following inc Thursday, 02 February 2023 11:27 GMT عربي

  9. What’s CH.1.1? Meet ‘Orthrus,’ a new wildcard Omicron strain ...

    fortune.com/well/2023/01/27/meet-orthus-ch11-new...

    Omicron spawn XBB.1.5, also known as “Kraken,” now dominates the U.S. COVID variant scene, comprising an estimated 61% of cases, according to federal health data released Friday. But there’s now...

  10. Orthrus, aka, CH.1.1: The highly transmissible COVID variant ...

    www.firstpost.com/explainers/orthrus-ch11...

    Researchers said they found it “astonishing” that CH.1.1 and another new variant could evade immunity more easily than XBB and BQ subvariants. However, China’s CDC says that the mutation found in CH.1.1 is present in subvariants like BA. 5.3 and BA. 5.1.3. It is unclear if it could cause more severe symptoms of the disease.

  11. Orthros or Kraken – which variant of COVID-19 is more dangerous?

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    The disease usually does not have a severe course, but in immunocompromised people it can become more severe. Orthros is a sub-variant of CH 1.1, currently labeled as a “watch variant”. It mainly causes a runny nose and upper respiratory symptoms, contributes to increased feelings of fatigue, and can also cause headaches.