Omicron variant symptoms: The difference for unvaccinated, vaccinated – Deseret News

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Here’s what to expect from the omicron variant if you’re unvaccinated or vaccinated

The omicron variant continues to surge throughout the United States, hitting both unvaccinated and vaccinated people alike. But the omicron variant symptoms might not always be the same.
Why it matters: As the omicron variant continues to run through the country, it’s important for people to know what symptoms to expect if they become infected.
What to know: The biggest difference in omicron variant symptoms between unvaccinated and fully vaccinated individuals comes down to severity, according to Dr. Peter Chin-Hong, an infectious disease specialist at the University of California, San Francisco.
Yes, but: It’s important to remember that having “mild” COVID-19 symptoms doesn’t mean your experience will be a walk in the park, as I reported for the Deseret News.
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