IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser.
  • UP NEXT

    After stepping down, Saints coach channels Ted Lasso to surprise team’s owner

    01:32
  • San Jose passes law requiring gun owners to get liability insurance

    00:33
  • EMS crews forced to wait hours to drop patients at overwhelmed hospitals

    02:17
  • Boston Red Sox legend David Ortiz joins Baseball Hall of Fame

    02:31
  • Neil Young threatens to remove music from Spotify over Joe Rogan’s vaccine comments

    02:42
  • SAT going digital in 2024, ditching paper for laptops

    00:31
  • 39 people missing after boat capsizes off Florida coast

    00:22
  • NY mask mandate temporarily reinstated following new ruling

    02:10
  • 2nd NYPD officer dies after Harlem ambush shooting

    00:33
  • US military supplies arrive in Ukraine

    02:01
  • Interest rates expected to be raised by Federal Reserve combating inflation

    02:15
  • Dangerous cold winds and heavy snow moving into Midwest

    03:13
  • Travel deals for planning your next vacation

    04:13
  • Meet the woman who created a curly hair empire from her kitchen

    05:05
  • Tom Brady addresses retirement talk: 'You gotta give someone else a chance to play'

    01:30
  • 29 million in Midwest under wind chill advisories with some areas feeling like 50 below

    02:07
  • Wellness TODAY: How to form a habit

    25:00
  • What to know before trying at-home food sensitivity kits

    05:32
  • Woman wins millions after finding lottery prize email in spam folder

    00:51
  • 3 firefighters killed in Baltimore house fire

    00:29

Omicron is probably already in US, doctor says

04:04

Joining TODAY to talk about the spread of the new COVID variant omicron, Dr. Ashish Jha, dean of the Brown University school of public health, tells TODAY: “I do assume that it is already in the U.S.” He says, “I think by the end of this week we will have some data on whether our vaccines are holding up.” He adds, “I think the chances that this variant will completely evade our vaccines [are] extremely unlikely.”

What you need to know about the new omicron variant of the coronavirus