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6 common COVID myths busted by a virologist and a public health expert

The current myth in the omicron era is that the virus that caused COVID-19 is becoming milder. Image: Unsplash/rosssneddon

Simon Nicholas Williams

Senior Lecturer in People and Organisation, Swansea University

Stephen Griffin

Associate Professor of Viral Oncology, University of Leeds

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