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World races to contain new COVID threat, the omicron variant
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WRAL Evening News
Study will show if existing vaccines protect against omicron variant
'The shootings in this city have got to stop': Durham police update after 3 shot at mall
On WRAL at 6: The world reacted quickly to reports of new COVID variant. Local doctors explain how to know if current vaccines provide protection
— The identification of a new COVID-19 variant raises questions about how quickly it will spread and whether current vaccines are enough.