Omicron might have peaked in N.J. So now what? – NJ.com

SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, in an image from an electron microscope. The omicron wave may be subsiding, but the pandemic is far from over. TNS
The virus isn’t going anywhere.
Henry Raymond sees COVID-19 caseloads declining in New Jersey. He knows that the omicron variant has probably peaked.
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