Vaccines not enough with Delta Plus Variant, warns WHO officials
Regarding the Delta Plus variant, the World Health Organization has said that important steps have to be taken already to deal with it.
Mumbai: The delta plus variant of the corona virus is spreading rapidly in the country and it is being told that the delta plus variant may be behind the third wave of corona. Many experts have said about the Delta Plus variant that it is the most infectious mutant of the corona virus so far.
WHO on Delta Plus Variant:
Regarding the Delta Plus variant, the World Health Organization has said that important steps have to be taken already to deal with it. The organization says that if the Delta Plus variant is to be stopped from spreading, then along with the vaccine, steps like masks and two yards will also have to be taken.
How to be safe from this variant¿:
The organization says that along with vaccination, masks are also very important because the vaccine alone is not effective against Delta. We have to make preparations in a short time, otherwise we will have to resort to lockdown once again. In a show on YouTube, Russia's representative of the World Health Organization, Melita Vujnovic gave all this information.
Vujnovic said that vaccination is very important because it reduces the rate of infection and also reduces the chances of the disease becoming serious. Let us tell you that the Delta Plus variant spreads very easily and also reaches the lungs easily. Let us tell you that the Delta Plus variant does not take much time to travel from the throat to the lungs.
Let us tell you that at the beginning of the month, the World Health Organization had put the delta variant in the category of variant of concern. Due to the delta variant, corona infection spread more rapidly in many countries. The first case of Delta Plus variant came in the country in March and till now many cases have been reported.
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