Amid another Covid surge, schools and businesses find plans disrupted


A healthcare worker administers a COVID-19 PCR test at a free test site in Farragut Square on December 28, 2021 in Washington, DC.

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A Covid-19 outbreak on a cruise in Lisbon. Thousands of flights canceled. Colleges going remote again.

It’s a new year but the pandemic continues to cause many of the same massive disruptions to American life that it has for almost two years now.

The most recent variant to blame is the omicron strain, which is highly transmissible and more likely to evade the protection of vaccines. Over the last week, a seven-day average of daily new cases of the virus topped 386,000, a doubling from the week prior, according to CNBC analysis of…


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