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COVID Symptom “Summary” by Variant and Breakthrough Cases for Fully Vaccinated

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The World Health Organization (WHO) classifies variant viruses as Variants of Concern and Variants of Interest; US classifications may differ from those of WHO because the impact of variants may differ by location. Why so many classifications and research groups instead of just one? The aim of these focus group is consistent and rapid characterization of emerging variants active assessment and sharing of potential impact risk countermeasures, vaccines, therapeutics, and diagnostics. Treatment and variant tends to differ by geographic area of record, so these bodies are partnering in information sharing.

The US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) established a SARS-CoV-2 Interagency Group (SIG) to improve coordination among US Agencies including:

The SIG recognizes 4 COVID Class Types

  1. Variant of Interest (VOI)– Currently, there are no SARS-CoV-2 variants designations
  2. Variant of Concern (VOC)– Current there are 2 VOC being closely monitored
  3. Variant of High Consequence (VOHC)– Fortunately, there are no SARS-CoV-2 variants that high consequence
  4. Variants Being Monitored (VBM)– View current VBM under active monitoring (Table charts 10 World Health Variants)
WHO Label Pango LineageDates of Designation
AlphaB.1.1.7 and Q lineagesVOC:  December 29, 2020VBM:  September 21, 2021
BetaB.1.351 and descendent lineagesVOC:  December 29, 2020VBM:  September 21, 2021
GammaP.1and descendent lineagesVOC:  December 29, 2020VBM:  September 21, 2021
EpsilonB.1.427
B.1.429
VOC:  March 19, 2021VOI:  February 26, 2021
VOI: June 29, 2021
VBM: September 21, 2021
EtaB.1.525VOI:  February 26, 2021VBM:  September 21, 2021
IotaB.1.526VOI:  February 26, 2021VBM:  September 21, 2021
KappaB.1.617.1VOI:  May 7, 2021VBM:  September 21, 2021
N/AB.1.617.3VOI:  May 7, 2021VBM:  September 21, 2021
ZetaP.2VOI:  February 26, 2021VBM:  September 21, 2021
MuB.1.621, B.1.621.1VBM: September 21, 2021
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