Delta variant continues to evolve mutated and dangerous
Due to Covid -19 virus, the world we live in is in huge danger. At the beginning of coronavirus, it was considered to reduce the spread using social distance, wearing masks, following guidelines for safety, etc. During the first wave, it was a little easier to manage the spread by lockdowns. While the second wave was a little harder with new variants of coronavirus for which the government has discovered vaccines. This third wave is going to be harder as it was revealed that the discovered vaccines don't work against this new variant called the "Delta variant".
Delta variants are easily transferable from person to person, which is continuing to evolve and mutate and be harmful. In countries where there are fewer no.of.vaccines, the covid cases have increased and hospitals are filled. "Delta variants become more transmissible and convert to dominant strains within a shorter span", says Ghebreyesus at a press conference. This variant has been identified in 98 countries and spreads even in high vaccinated regions.
Social measures have to be taken for monitoring, testing, detecting, isolating, and clinical care for persons along with usage of masks, proper social distancing, and avoid crowded places, and advised to stay in indoor areas with good ventilation. It is necessary for the entire world to get vaccinated at least 70 percent within the next year. This is the only way to reduce the speed of the pandemic virus.
The Delta variant was first detected in India. Now it is noted that delta variants occur in more than 100 countries.
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