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First noted in India before being detected in the U.S. in March 2021, the CDC notes this variant of concern’s increased transmissibility. Researchers are watching the delta variant carefully as it continues to spread.

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What’s been referred to as “delta plus” is getting buzz. This has been reportedly detected in South Korea, India and the United States, and some believe it may be more transmissible than the original delta variant. Experts are watching and waiting, but some note it hasn’t yet gained momentum here. Also known as AY.1, it is included under the World Health Organization’s list of variants of concern.

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Stocks skidded on Wall Street and investors sought refuge in government bonds amid worries that a surge in virus infections around the world w…

Delta has pulled ahead in the ever-evolving pandemic-era jostling over which airplane is willing to keep middle seats open for the longest. The carrier announced last week that it will keep middle seats empty — except in the case of households traveling together — through March 30. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, many airlines blocked middle seats to allow passengers to social distance while ...

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Tropical Storm Delta formed from a tropical depression on Oct. 5. Delta is forecasted bring impacts to the U.S. Gulf Coast late in the week.

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