How second wave of coronavirus can affect Children?
Many types of research have shown that the new variant of the corona virus is more powerful and lethal.
New Delhi: Many types of research have shown that the new variant of the corona virus is more powerful and lethal, which can easily pass immune defenses and antibodies.
Corona effects on kids:
Earlier it was believed that covid-19 proves to be dangerous only for adults, but new cases also involve schools. Some epidemiologists believe that the new strain of corona can severely infect children as well.
Like the UK and Brazil, India is also battling the second wave of the covid-19, which is considered to be the most terrible for the young. Recently 400 children were found covid-19 positive in a school in Bangalore.
Second wave of corona:
New variants of covid, whether it is a recently found double mutant variant in India, or from the UK and Brazil, the virus now easily attaches itself to entry receptors and then begins to attack particular cell linings.
There has not been much research done on children who have been victimized by covid at this time, but experts believe that new strains are more contagious, more symptoms are seen from the first initiative, there may be a serious condition and hospitalization. The probability also increases.
At this time, a number of factors are responsible for the increase in covid-19 cases for adults as well as children. With slack in due diligence, many experts believe that cases have increased rapidly due to the opening of schools and educational institutions.
The children, who were locked up in homes last year, are now moving out. Now more children are seen at the place of play, group of children, walking, not taking care of hygiene and not wearing masks properly, are becoming the cause of infection.
A Harvard Health report mentions that children can suffer in many ways due to the virus, some with no symptoms, asymptotics or fever-like symptoms. The classic symptoms of corona virus are still fever, headache, cough, and cold.
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