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今回取りあげる VOA Newsに掲載された記事は、 アメリカのCDCはオミクロン株の流行を注視し、ワクチンの追加接種を推奨しているというニュースについて扱っています。





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This is VOA News. Via remote, I’m Liz Palka.

The world continues to respond to the new coronavirus variant known as Omicron as cases continue to pop up.

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention broadened its recommendation for COVID-19 booster shots for all adults as the new Omicron variant is identified in more countries.

The agency had previously approved boosters for all adults, but only recommended them for those 50 years and older or if they live in a long-term care setting.

CDC director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said the new guidance reflects the emergence of the Omicron variant, which has not yet been identified in the US, but that officials say will inevitably reach the country.

President Joe Biden is urging Americans to get vaccinated, in order to quell concerns over the newly identified coronavirus variant.

AP Washington correspondent Sagar Meghani reports.

The President says the Omicron variant will inevitably reach the US, which will fight it the same way it fought other variants.

He's urging a return to indoor mask wearing in public and something he says people are probably tired of hearing.

You have to get your vaccine. You have to get the shot.

With roughly 80 million unvaccinated Americans ages 5 and up, hours later the CDC broadened its recommendation for COVID-19 booster shots.

Weeks after approving them for all adults, it now says they should get the extra protection. Sagar Meghani, Washington.

The World Health Organization says the global risk from the Omicron variant of the coronavirus is very high based on early evidence. The WHO (is) saying, “It could lead to surges with severe consequences.”

You can follow the latest coverage of this new coronavirus variant on voanews.com. This is VOA news.

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