Coronavirus: Super Variant COVID-22 could be even more dangerous- Experts
Dr. Sai Reddy, immunologist at the Federal Institute of Technology in Basel, Switzerland, says that when the super variant knocks, only vaccines cannot be trusted.
Lucknow: Scientists in Switzerland have warned that a super variant of the coronavirus may also knock, which will be a new threat. The dangerous thing is that the new super variant may incorporate all the existing variants within itself.
Coronavirus Super Variant:
Dr. Sai Reddy, immunologist at the Federal Institute of Technology in Basel, Switzerland, says that when the super variant knocks, only vaccines cannot be trusted. To avoid this, a more effective and safe vaccine will have to be made. The beta variant found in South Africa and the gamma variant found in Brazil is capable of spoofing the vaccine.
Dr. Reddy tells that when the corona will end, it is not decided. In such a situation, covid-19 can also become covid-22 which can be more deadly. Dr. Reddy explains that all people will be in danger when the super variant arrives, because the virus will prepare itself according to breaking immunity.
Vaccination is important:
Dr. Reddy explains that the vaccination rate in the world is less than the infection rate. Those who are vaccinated are also getting infected but they are less at risk. Those who are not vaccinated are vulnerable to infection. Such people can be super spreaders. People who do not get vaccinated for the world are going to prove dangerous.
Corona Updates in India:
According to the data released by the Ministry of Health, in the last 24 hours, 25 thousand 467 new cases of covid-19 (COVID-19 in India) reported in the country. During this 354 patients died.
At present, treatment of 3 lakh 19 thousand 551 patients is going on in the country. Including the new figures, the total number of corona infected in the country has gone up to 3 crore 24 lakh 74 thousand 773. So far 4 lakh 35 thousand 110 patients have lost their lives in the pandemic.
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