A new coronavirus variant, first discovered in South Africa, has begun to spread around the globe. Vaccine producers say they’re working to get ahead of the new strain.
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The day after Thanksgiving drew hefty crowds of shoppers in real life, though it has lost stature as shopping has shifted online and discounts are extended for several days.
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Large retailers have spent billions of dollars to woo workers. Smaller stores that can’t do that expect staff shortages will lead to lost sales. They’re asking shoppers to be patient.
A World Health Organization panel classified the variant as a highly transmissible virus of concern.
The World Health Organization has convened experts to decide whether the new variant warrants being designated a variant of interest or a variant of concern.
Shoppers, buoyed by solid hiring and savings, are in the mood to splurge. But they’ll see higher prices and staffing issues at stores this year.