(West Long Branch, NJ) -- More people are saying they've been sick with coronavirus at some point.
A new poll from Monmouth University puts the number at 52-percent, up 12-percent from late January. Most admit they tested positive or were diagnosed, while about ten-percent just believe they had it.
The World Health Organization says the omicron subvariant is driving most cases around the world. It also makes up at least 40-percent of new infections nationwide.