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Omicron Rings IN New Year


Omicron’s New Year’s cocktail–sorrow, fear, hope for 2022.

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Omicron’s New Year’s cocktail: Sorrow, fear, hope for 2022
Omicron’s New Year’s cocktail: Sorrow, fear, hope for 2022

PARIS — Sorrow for the dead and dying, fear of more infections to come and hopes for an end to the coronavirus pandemic were — again — the bittersweet cocktail with which the world said good riddance to 2021 and ushered in 2022.


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