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COVID-19 Update for Clubs: A Third of US COVID Now Caused by Omicron BA.2 as Overall Cases Fall

Club Updates – March 23
COVID-19 restrictions have eased alongside the number of new coronavirus cases and deaths dropping. One model eCOVID-19 infection rates continue to fall as new variants BA.2 Omicron and Deltacron emerge. About 35% of new cases are caused by the BA.2 Omicron sub-variant, up from 22.3% for the week ending March 12, reports Reuters. Overall, the seven-day moving average of new cases was down nearly 18% as of March 19. Despite the declining rates, the new BA.2 Omicron subvariant is more transmissible than Omicron, which caused the massive surge this past winter. Visit our Coronavirus Resource Center for the most up-to-date information on COVID-19.


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Comfort with Indoor Dining Reaches Pandemic-High: A recent survey from Evercore ISI shows 74% of people say they are comfortable with dining in at a restaurant, the highest percentage since the start of the pandemic. See full article here.

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The National Club Association is continuing to closely monitor this crisis and will provide you with the best information available to help your club during this difficult time. Please visit NCA’s Coronavirus Resource Center. To submit questions or to share your club’s resources and plans, please use this link. For more information, contact Phil Mike at 202-822-9822 or [email protected].