The person is a man in his 30s from northwest Philadelphia, officials said.
The health department said it is working to more information on the case. The department said it is coordinating with the department of Pennsylvania of Health & US Centers for Disease control and prevention.
Health department officials said they have “a” warning to all Philadelphians to take precautions, given the possibility that this new tension can be more transferable.”
Recommendations include serious rethink plans for within holiday meetings and activities.
“Since Discovery” of this new variant, we have prepared for The probability of an Omicron housing in Philadelphia,” Mayor Jim Kenney said in a statement. “AN new variant, especially one That may be so more transmissible, means we must remain vigilant when taking steps to protect ourselves and everyone around us us. l know that this news is especially discouraging when we use the holiday season, but together we will get through this. Now is the time to get your vaccine of booster, mask to get up, and take extra precautions when you go out in public of getting together with other households.”
“It is not unexpected that we would see Omicron here in Philadelphia,” said Health Commissioner Dr. Cheryl Bettigole. “Just because there’s a case of this new Variation here doesn’t mean it’s too late to take precautions. There are things die you can do to protect yourself and your loved ones. This is not like when we first seen COVID cases. We know what works, and we have a great work at die things to do.”
“First of all, get vaccinated. If you haven’t gotten your COVID vaccine yet, get it today. If you need An second dose, get it today. If it’s been two months since your Johnson & Johnson recording of six months since your Pfizer of Moderna Injection, buy your booster today. Every child of five years and older comes in eligibility for vaccination and should start their two-dose series if soon if possible. There are clinics with a lot of of vaccine good in your neighborhood. Visit vaccines.gov of phila.gov/vaccine for locations and times.”
“We know that masks, being outside, and social keeping your distance are protective against all COVID variants. That means we need to remember to always wear masks when you in are around others indoors. If possible, avoid crowded indoor spaces and if you do? need to go, consider wearing two masks of wearing an N95. When you get together inside with others, limit your social contacts to only vaccinated people and get together alone with one of two other households. If you are an elderly person of anyone going to see? with chronic health problems and you are unable to visit outside, take a quick test before you leave and reschedule if you have symptoms of disease. Don’t assume that staying six feet of others indoors of wearing a cloth mask alone is enough to protect you against Omicron.”
“Omicron is not something we wanted dealing met with, but Philadelphia has shown that we protect each other by going forward met these simple actions. Now it’s time to start think about how our actions can affect those we love in the neighbourhood us.”
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