A report published Friday reveals most of the 43 COVID-19 cases resulting from the Omicron variant were found in fully vaccinated individuals. Additionally, one-third of those had also received a booster.
According to the CDC, 34 fully vaccinated individuals account for 43 of the cases of COVID resulting from the Omicron variant. Fourteen of those individuals had received a booster.
Among Omicron cases, 25 were said to be found in people aged 18-39 and 14 had traveled internationally.
Most of the cases resulted in only mild symptoms — coughing, congestion and fatigue. One individual was hospitalized for two days.