Know all about COVID-22:- its origin and misconceptions
COVID-19, the infectious disease caused by SARS-CoV2, has spread around the world in the past two years since it was first reported in late 2019. Despite vaccination, the virus continues to spread, infecting thousands of people. people. People. Everyday people. The coronavirus continues to mutate with new strains like Alpha, Beta, Lambda, Delta, Delta plus appearing from time to time. While researchers still try to give COVID-19 a compelling origin story, social media worries about Covid 22, the term COVID-22 revolves around the digital platform, with users voicing their concerns, their helplessness and especially confusion about it. Unlike the origins of COVID-19, the appearance of Covid 22 can be traced to an interview of an associate professor of systems and synthetic immunology at ETH Zurich with the Swiss-German magazine "Blick". Professor Sai Reddy uses the phrase "Covid 22 could get worse" when commenting on coronavirus mutations.
Since then, the term has made the rounds on social networks and has caused several misunderstandings. While working on the vaccination schedule and the emergence of the Delta variant, Professor Ready reportedly said: "This is no longer COVID-19. I would call it COVID-21."He Reportedly added that the next phase of the ongoing pandemic could see the variance becoming more infectious or develop more mutation and added in the same“ that will be the big problem for the coming year COVID-22 could get worse than what we are witnessing now”.
To clarify these comments on Covid 22 which caused a sensation on social media, Professor Sai Reddy told UK I News.
“It is not accurate to call it Kobe 22 as the official and correct name of the disease caused by SARS-CoV-2 is COVID-19.” He further added “ to make it clear my statement meant to convey that I believe Covid in 2022, particularly the early part of the year January to March has a chance to be worse than this year, Covid in 2022.”
According to the WHO, 213,050,725 confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been reported worldwide to date. Several countries are preparing for a new wave of Covid 19 while others are struggling to contain the initial spread. The pandemic has also caused panic on social media as users post, share, and believe anything that comes up in a #COVID-19 research. With the panic mode activated, the term COVID-22 managed to attract attention and spread misunderstandings.
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