Oh, you poor little baby.
You thought the doom was maxed out?
The doom gauge hasn’t even begun to charge up.
A strain of Covid-19 that combines delta and omicron was found in Cyprus, according to Leondios Kostrikis, professor of biological sciences at the University of Cyprus and head of the Laboratory of Biotechnology and Molecular Virology.
“There are currently omicron and delta co-infections and we found this strain that is a combination of these two,” Kostrikis said in an interview with Sigma TV Friday. The discovery was named “deltacron” due to the identification of omicron-like genetic signatures within the delta genomes, he said.
This is not ever going to end.
— Juan Hodl (@JuanGutiCA714) January 8, 2022
Haha. Does anyone actually believe them anymore?
— Fire Kathy (@FireKathyHochul) January 8, 2022
Coronavirus cinematic universe
— sudhanshu bajaj (@sudhanshubajaj1) January 8, 2022
After flurona, deltacron. Why not fludelcron.
— Frederick Girard (@fredougirard) January 8, 2022
— Pastor Buck Naked (@Rev_Buck_Naked) January 8, 2022
how about fraudicron
— Jared (@jaredcu) January 8, 2022
— HPG (@highpressuregas) January 8, 2022