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New Corona Strain isn't uncontrollable: World Health Organization

They say that so far no evidence has been found that the vaccine of covid-19 will fail to kill it. There is also agreement among many scientists of this world that the vaccine will not prove ineffective on this new strain.

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Published on 23 Dec 2020 10:23 AM GMT

New Corona Strain isnt uncontrollable: World Health Organization
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New Delhi: After the new corona virus in Britain, many countries have decided to close their air and ground borders for Britain, while the World Health Organization says that these strains are not uncontrollable. The Director General of the organization has given this statement on behalf of WHO.

They say that so far no evidence has been found that the vaccine of covid-19 will fail to kill it. There is also agreement among many scientists of this world that the vaccine will not prove ineffective on this new strain.

New Corona strain:

Let us tell you that apart from Britain, this new strain of virus has also been found in Italy, South Africa, Australia, Iceland, Netherlands and Denmark. Given this, European countries have decided to close the precautionary borders. Reports from Britain say that these strains are more contagious than before but not as deadly. At the same time it has been said by WHO that investigation is being done on this. Despite this, the organization believes that it is possible to stop this strain.

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According to the organization's Emergency Head Mike Ryan, the situation has not been uncontrolled due to this strain yet. But it cannot be left as is. The organization has also asked all countries to take appropriate steps in this direction. A report from the UN states that a patient infected with the new strain can infect about two more people, while previously the patient was able to infect only one person. In this context, the reproduction rate of the strains found before is about 1.1.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

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