On Nov. 26, the World Health Organization labeled the Omicron variant as a “variant of concern.” As of Dec. 5, Omicron cases have been identified in more than 45 countries. Staff photo: Madison Liu. (Madison Liu)
On Nov. 26, the World Health Organization labeled the Omicron variant as a “variant of concern.” As of Dec. 5, Omicron cases have been identified in more than 45 countries. Staff photo: Madison Liu.

Madison Liu

10 Things to Know About the Omicron Variant

December 13, 2021

10 Things to Know About the Omicron Variant by Menlo CoA

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Madison Liu, Marketing Director
 

Number of years in the Coat of Arms: 3.


Favorite aspect of journalism: getting to write about topics that connect to a lot of people in the Menlo community. Through interviews, I get to talk to many cool and interesting people that I wouldn't have met otherwise.


Interests outside of school: I have a dog named Bear and I love to play soccer, read, and hang out with my friends.


Grade: 12.

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