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Medicine’s Mark Cameron discussed the transmission of COVID-19 variants

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Huffington Post: Mark Cameron, associate professor at the School of Medicine, discussed the transmission of COVID-19 and its many variants. “Nothing has changed in terms of how any individual right now, regardless of their day-to-day activity, can pick this virus up,” he said. “The ability to transmit from one person to another in close quarters, that will still happen.”