Do not try to power through COVID-19, Doctors warn amid rise of new variant BA.

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Scientists now fear that the COVID-19 subvariants of the COmicron omicron could be the most contagious disease in human history.  

If you don’t test positive, chances are you know someone who has.

Experts warn that it may not be the best option to fight the illness. But that isn’t stopping some people from working from home while battling the illness.

“I wanted to make sure that my company knew that I was all in and that I wanted to work as hard as I possibly could,”Joey Rachwal, a marketing analyst, said.

Rayne DeBlasio, a medical scheduler, was armed with pain relief, water, an inhaler, and a thermometer. He also made it through COVID-19. “When you have Covid, but you’re still a workaholic,”She wrote about TikTok.

Steven Fabian, Inside Edition’s correspondent, also tries to work from home while he recovers from the virus.

However, some doctors suggest that it is not the right message to work through it.

“If you have a sore throat and a runny nose, if you don’t rest, there’s a chance, like the CDC is saying, that you may wake up the next day if you push it that day and feel much worse,”Dr. Eric Cioee-Pena stated.

The latest omicron variant, BA.5, has some experts calling it the worst version of the virus that we’ve seen, because it evades antibodies from vaccines and previous infections.

Coie Pena suggests that you don’t attempt to force your way through symptoms. It is important to get enough rest.