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What is growing Covid-19 variant Orthrus? (PA Archive)
What is growing Covid-19 variant Orthrus? (PA Archive)
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The UK Health Security Agency says new Covid-19 variant Orthrus accounts for nearly a quarter of coronavirus cases in England - and data suggests it could represent 100 per cent of all cases in some areas.

Orthrus is a sub-lineage of the Omicron variant and was first detected in November last year.

Symptoms include a sore throat, runny nose, congestion and a cough.

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