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Offices are reopening, indoor dining is back and travel is booming, but that doesn’t mean the pandemic is over. There’s an uptick of cases in many areas and overseas a new wave is happening. Medical experts are still advising to protect yourself because the virus affects everyone differently. You could get over the symptoms quickly without medical treatment or they could linger for weeks or months after the initial infection. Taking safety precautions is vital to staying healthy and Eat This, Not That! Health spoke with experts who share the latest on COVID and what virus hotspots to avoid.

Dr. Emil Tsai, M.D.– Ph.D., M.A.S., chief scientist and CEO of SyneuRx, a professor at the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), and an internationally reputed scientist in neurosciences and brain disorders shares, “We are still in the pandemic phase of COVID, even though many are acting as if we have reached the endemic stage. We need to remain diligent in taking precautions against infection. The latest strains of COVID-19, while less deadly than the original strain, are far more infectious.”

Dr. Tsai reveals, “The latest dominant strains of COVID-19 are the Omicron subvariants BA.4 and BA.5. These sub variants appear to be more effective at evading the immunity people built up after catching COVID-19 or being vaccinated. The current vaccine was developed against the original COVID-19 virus; it was 95 percent effective.

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