"This bag fell off of a car and everyone in the Delta lounge is nervously watching it," Jackie narrated over her viral video.
"This is how Delta flight attendants work from home!" one person joked online.
The data was collected between June to December 2021, before the highly contagious Omicron variant was dominant in the United States.
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The World Health Organization has warned that the Omicron variant should not be dismissed as "mild."
But some experts say cases cited are more likely to be the result of lab contamination or co-infections of Delta and Omicron.
Governor DeSantis said nursing homes and long-term care centers would receive 1 million COVID tests, and discouraged healthy, asymptomatic people from testing.
With Omicron looking to be more contagious but less severe, some health experts are saying hospitalization data is a better indicator of the pandemic's effect.
Delta told Newsweek the landing was made "out of an abundance of caution."
Researchers from South Africa found that people who are infected with Omicron, especially those who are vaccinated, gain stronger immunity against Delta.
As of December 21, the FAA received more than 5,779 unruly passenger reports, with 4,156 being mask-related.
The 13-hour flight was turned back after new cleaning mandates related to COVID-19 require extended ground time.
"We really have to focus on hospitalizations and deaths now," Ashish K. Jha said Sunday, adding, "This is the shift we've been waiting for in many ways."
Over 400 Christmas Eve flights within, into or out of the U.S. have been canceled, according to the latest real-time data from FlightAware.
A traveling nurse on TikTok warned that people may be comfortable with their odds of surviving COVID-19, but the same wouldn't be true if they had a stroke.
These findings indicate that the number of COVID patients without symptoms might be double what was previously reported.
Collins warned that the U.S. is in "for a world of trouble" in the coming months due to the omicron variant.
Harris said in an interview this week, "We didn't see Delta coming...We didn't see Omicron coming."
On Saturday, New York broke a record for daily new COVID case for a second day in a row, though cases appear to be more mild with Omicron.
"Once you're vaccinated and then exposed to the virus, you're probably going to be reasonably well-protected from future variants," an author of the study said.
People struggling to get booster dose appointments could leave millions of Americans vulnerable as Omicron spreads.
Several early studies have indicated that the new variant might be milder in severity, but that it's more infectious than previous strains.
Getting vaccinated is the best way to protect yourself from COVID, according to the CDC.
As cases of the Omicron variant increase, Nebraska health officials said the state's hospitals may not be able to handle more COVID patients than they have now.
Two years into the pandemic, Americans are still having to wait hours to get a COVID-19 test and days to get their results.
The Omicron variant is proving a formidable force and it's possible it could hinder Delta's ability to spread.
It's possible health officials will know which variant a person was infected with, but he or she is unlikely to ever know despite the positive test.
Deaths in the U.S. ticked down after the summer surge, but the CDC estimates an additional 40,000 people could die within the next four weeks.
"The speed of it is surprising. If it can overcome Delta in Scotland and the U.K., then it will do elsewhere," officials warned.