We talk with Dr. Jessica Snowden, Division Chief, Pediatric Infectious Disease to get an update on the COVID-19 Omicron variant. Why is Omicron different? What are the symptoms and how to stay safe? When should a child return to school after having symptoms? We answer all these questions and more.
We sat down with Dr. Jessica Snowden, the Division Chief of Pediatric Infectious Disease at Arkansas Children’s Hospital, to talk about how parents can manage the rising cases of the COVID-19 Omicron variant.
Because of its benefits, one of the first children in line to get the COVID vaccine is that of infectious disease doctor, Jessica Snowden, M.D. Read her story.
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