DENVER (KDVR) – Denver Department of Public Health and Environment has confirmed two cases omicron variation in Denver.
DDPHE said it confirmed the cases were community-acquired, indicating community transmission of omicrons in Denver.
One male confirmed with the variant was fully immunized and received a booster shot, while a female individual was fully immunized but not boosted. Both people reported mild symptoms and no close contacts are known to have tested positive.
As more cases of the omicron variant emerge, the City and County of Denver urges the community to vaccinate and strengthen. Denver is still under a public health order requires everyone 2 years of age and older to wear a face covering in public indoor settings.
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