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South Africa, where first omicron variant was found, sequencing less than one percent of coronavirus samples

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In contrast, South Africa is sequencing 0.8% of the virus samples and ranks 37th worldwide. About 35 percent of its population is vaccinated, according to the South African Ministry of Health. (Other trackers have a lower number.) No other country in Africa has surpassed the 5,000 sample sequencing threshold: However, Kenya is close to this and is among the African countries with a higher overall sequencing rate. South Africa.

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Huynh Nguyen

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