- The World Health Organization (WHO) has given good news about the panic caused by the omega-3 variant of the corona virus.
- The WHO says most cases of Omigran are ‘mild’ and should be vaccinated
- Statistics show that Omigron strain affects more people than delta variant.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has given good news about the panic caused by the omega-3 variant of the corona virus. The WHO said most of Omigran’s cases were ‘mild’ and that current corona vaccines should provide greater protection against hospitalizations and deaths. However, a WHO spokesman said the data showed that the Omigron mutant strain affected more people than the delta variant. It cannot be avoided even by those who take all doses of the vaccine.
The WHO official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said there was no indication that the current vaccines would be less effective in reducing hospitalizations and deaths. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Nevertheless, for the first time the WHO has officially acknowledged that the Omicron variant does not cause global catastrophe like the Delta variant.
There are 46 reported cases per one million population in South Africa
Despite the threat of Omigron, South Africa has fewer corona cases in terms of population than Britain and the United States. According to a study by the University of Oxford, 46 cases per one million population in South Africa have been reported. At the same time, there were 628 reported cases per million population in the UK and 246 in the United States. Corona infections have increased in South Africa, but are still low. There are 172 cases of omigran in South Africa and very mild symptoms are seen in patients with the new variant.
Meanwhile, the Omigron variant of the Covit-19 added to the world’s woes on Wednesday as Japan tightened travel restrictions. At the same time, cases of infection with the new form of the virus have been reported elsewhere, and new evidence makes it clear that this form was weeks earlier than previously thought. Not much is known about Omigran yet, how contagious it is, and whether vaccines can prevent it. However, the head of the European Commission agreed that it could take a long time for scientists to provide more answers to the world.
Japan has stopped booking tickets for flights coming into the country
Meanwhile, many European countries are still struggling with the old form of the Covit Delta. Cases of infections there are increasing at a rapid pace, and the rate of admitting patients to hospitals has also increased. At the same time, Japan is maintaining its aggressive stance. It has asked all international airlines to stop booking tickets for flights arriving in the country until the end of December. Japan has confirmed this method to someone who came from Peru via Qatar, which is Omigran’s second case in the country. However, many countries in the world have banned travelers from South Africa.
The United States is taking steps to tighten testing requirements for international travelers. The World Health Organization warned about Omicron last week in South African research, but it is not known where or when this new form first appeared. However, it is clear that it was in Europe before South Africa. But Nigeria on Wednesday said its public health agency had found the pattern in a sample collected in October. This is the first known case of this mutation.
Austria extends lockout until December 11
Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia said on Wednesday that it had confirmed Omigran’s first case. The head of the European Commission, Ursula van der Leyen, said: ‘I have heard our scientists say that they all do not know enough about us. So they take two to three weeks. In normal times it is a short period but in times of epidemic it is eternal. Meanwhile, the German Intensive Care Association warned on Wednesday that the number of cov- eral patients in need of intensive care could reach a new peak before Christmas and rise all the time more than last year. Austria, on the other hand, has extended its lockdown until December 11. Portugal made an arrangement on Wednesday to wear masks even inside homes.
The first case of the ‘Omicron’ variant was confirmed in the United States
The new form of the corona virus ‘Omigron’ has been confirmed to be in the United States for the first time. A person from California has been diagnosed with this new type of virus. The White House released the information Wednesday. At the same time, scientists are constantly exploring the dangers posed by the new form. The administration of President Joe Biden banned travel to South African countries late last month. This is where the new form of Govt disease was discovered. It is spread in more than 24 countries. According to Dr. Anthony Fauci, a top American epidemiologist at the White House, this is the first case in the United States of being infected with the ‘omigron’ form of Govit-19.
The World Health Organization has given good news about the corona variant
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