. New subvariants, family gatherings may bring more Covid-19 after holiday, but experts don’t expect severe surge « JO LEE MAGAZINE

CNN – Experts expect that Thanksgiving gatherings will stir up social networks and give new coronavirus subvariants fresh pockets of vulnerable people to infect. As a result, cases and hospitalizations may tick up after the holiday, as they have for the past two years. Covid-19 is not unique in this regard. Thanksgiving gatherings have the potential to amp up the spread of other viruses too, notably respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV, and influenza, which are both already at high levels for this time of year. “We have seen, in some regions, RSV numbers starting to trend downward. Flu numbers are still on the rise.”

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