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  • What we know and don’t know about the omicron variant

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  • It’s ‘highly unlikely’ vaccines will be totally ineffective against omicron, doctor says

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  • American businesses brace for potential impact of omicron variant

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  • CDC expands booster recommendations in response to omicron variant

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  • Brene Brown discusses ‘Atlas of the Heart,’ her new book about emotions

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  • Omicron variant is worthy of concern but not alarm, doctor says

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  • Experts say omicron COVID-19 variant likely in US already

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Surgeon general Jerome Adams: I ‘never saw’ memo warning of pandemic

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Dr. Jerome Adams, the U.S. surgeon general, tells TODAY that he “never saw” a Jan. 29 letter from White House trade adviser Peter Navarro warning of a possible coronavirus pandemic, but says “there were preparations going on all the time.” He acknowledges shortages of medical supplies, but says the federal government is “working with governors” to see that people get what they need. Despite Georgia reopening beaches and Wisconsin holding in-person voting Tuesday, he urges people to wear masks and maintain social distancing.