The havoc of the Omicron variant of Corona is being seen in many countries of the world, including India. So far, a total of 77 cases of Omicron have been confirmed in India, out of which 10 cases are from the capital Delhi alone. This variant of Corona has made the situation worse abroad, and Corona has broken all records in Britain, where more than 78 thousand infected have been identified in a single day.
According to health organizations, research is still going on to know in detail about the Omicron variant of Corona. Based on the studies so far, it can be said that people who have undergone vaccination can be considered safe to a great extent from the severity of the infection.
Studies are being conducted to see how effective existing vaccines may be at protecting against the Omicron variant. Meanwhile, the WHO (World Health Organization) has made a big disclosure saying that the current vaccine against Omicron cannot be considered more effective. Let us know about this in detail in the next slides.
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The World Health Organization said on Wednesday that preliminary evidence indicates that current vaccines for COVID-19 may be less effective against infection and transmission associated with the Omicron virus, putting people who have been vaccinated at risk of reinfection. Made up. The WHO, in its weekly pandemic update, said more data is needed to better understand how effective the vaccine, or immunity derived from previous infections, might be on Omicron, which scientists are constantly striving for.
There is also danger from many other variants of Corona
Earlier, WHO officials told in an online briefing on Tuesday that Omicron has been classified as a variant of concern. Based on the evidence available at the moment, it can be said that the risk related to this new variant still remains. Officials say that along with Omicron, the delta variant of the Corona in many countries has raised the concern of experts, although there has been a decline in cases of delta infection in the last few weeks.
Delta still remains a cause
Concern According to the WHO, the delta variant still remains a cause of major concern worldwide, although its cases appear to be decreasing in the last 60 days compared to alpha, beta and gamma, and Omicron.
Omicron is exmined to be more infectious than earlier variants of the Corona, although its disease severity is comparatively less. To deal with the Omicron variant of Corona, people need to take constant precautions so that its spread can be controlled in time.
Note: This article has been prepared on the basis of information obtained from medical reports.
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