Health officials reported five cases of Omicron Covid variant in Alameda County
Alameda County, California – Health officials in Alameda County reported five instances of the Omicron Covid variant on Friday.
Investigators discovered five Covid-19 instances with the Omicron variant among county residents, according to the Alameda County Public Health Department.
Officials reported that 12 of the cases in the Bay Area were related to a wedding on November 27 in Wisconsin, and that one of the people who attended the wedding had just returned from traveling abroad.
Officials said the people who have been exposed to the Omicron variant are between the ages of 18 and 49.
All 12 individuals had been vaccinated, and the majority of them had gotten booster shots.
None of them has been hospitalized.
Cases of the Omicron Covid-19 variant have been reported in two California counties and two Bay Area counties, including Alameda County.