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By Jamie Freed and Alexander Cornwell SYDNEY/ABU DHABI (Reuters) -Before the Omicron variant of coronavirus burst onto the scene in November, retired Australian Glenn Turnley was looking forward to a three-week trip to Japan, Britain and France in March – his first overseas jaunt since the pandemic began. Even though he is fully vaccinated and boosted, Turnley says the high transmissibility of Omicron means he is likely to cancel – even if Japan opens its borders to foreigners. “I was worried less with Delta because the vaccines that were available, they seemed to be doing the trick,” he said….

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