Coronavirus: Delta variant in more than 100 countries; Lambda cases also reported
The deadly delta variant has so far knocked in 100 countries of the world.
New Delhi: The deadly delta variant has so far knocked in 100 countries of the world. Its cases have been confirmed in many countries of Europe, Africa and Asia including America. Two new cases have also been reported in Uttar Pradesh.
Delta Variant in 100 country:
Meanwhile, citing the Russian agency Tass, that the covaxin vaccine made by him has shown tremendously effective on the delta variant. According to report, the new variant Lambda of covid-19, which is being said to be more dangerous than Delta, has so far knocked in more than 31 countries of the world.
The EU commissioner has brushed off the possibility of further escalation of sanctions due to the delta variant. It has been said from the EU that at present there is no need for this.
The US Centers for Disease Control says that the delta variant is seeing a lot of impact in the country. The delta variant is being said to be the reason for about 52 percent of the cases coming to the US. However, in addition to Delta in some new cases coming here, Alpha, whose first case was reported in Britain, has been seen.
Coronavirus delta variant:
In the cases reported in the week ended July 3, the presence of this variant has been seen in about 29 percent of the cases. The CDC says the delta variant continues to become more dominant in the US.
During the last two weeks, the cases coming from this have almost doubled. Most of its cases are coming to the fore where the speed of vaccination has decreased. The names of such states are Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi.
The delta variant seems to be very effective in Australia as well. New cases reported here in Sydney and New South Wales have broken old records. There have been 38 cases of this variant in New South Wales on Wednesday. Premier Grady Berejkrlin says that there is no point in coming out of lockdown until this variant is got rid of.
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