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The extinction of the omicron variant of the corona is seen in many countries of the world, including India. So far, a total of 77 omicron cases have been confirmed in India, of which 10 cases are from the capital Delhi alone. This transformation of the corona made the situation worse abroad, with the corona breaking all records in Britain, where more than 78,000 people were diagnosed with the infection in a single day. According to health organizations, research is still ongoing to find out in detail about the omicron variant of the corona. Based on the studies done so far, it can be said that vaccinated individuals are considered to be very safe from the severity of the infection.
Studies are being conducted to find out how effective existing vaccines are in protecting against the Omicron variant. Meanwhile, the World Health Organization (WHO) has made a big revelation that the current vaccine against Omicron could not be considered more effective. We will learn about this in detail in the next slides.
Effect of vaccine on Omicron – Photo: Pixabay
Effect of existing vaccines on omicran
Preliminary evidence suggests that current vaccines for COVID-19 may be less effective against infections and omicron virus-associated infections, with vaccinated people at risk of re-infection. The WHO said in its weekly pandemic update that more data is needed to better understand how effective the vaccine or immunization taken from previous infections is in the omicron that scientists are constantly trying to find.
Accidents of the Omicron variant – Photo: Pixabay
There is also risk from many other types of corona
Earlier, WHO officials said in an online briefing on Tuesday that Omicron was classified as a variant of the concern. Based on the currently available evidence, the risk of this new variant still remains. Although delta infection cases have been declining over the past few weeks, officials say the delta variant of the corona has raised concerns among experts in several countries, including Omicron.
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Delta is still a concern
According to the WHO, although its cases appear to have decreased in the last 60 days compared to alpha, beta and gamma and omicron, the delta variant is still a major concern worldwide. Omicron is believed to be more contagious than previous variants of the corona, although its disease severity is relatively low. In order to combat the omicron transformation of the corona, people must constantly take precautions so that its spread can be controlled in a timely manner.
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