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What can we expect from this latest COVID wave? And how long is it likely to last?

By James Wood, Associate Professor, epidemiological modelling of infectious diseases, UNSW Sydney
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Australia is now mid-way into its fourth wave of COVID in the Omicron era, driven by a rich soup of Omicron descendants. Unlike previous waves, where a single new variant of SARS-CoV-2 variant such as BA.2 or BA.5 was responsible, we have had an explosion of new variants such as XBB.1, BQ.1.1 and BR.2.1.

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