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Frightening Covid ‘Delta’ worst all around, WHO fears “we are losing the war”

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The deadly COVID-19 mutation, the Delta strain (India) is ramping up. As a result, the number of new infections soared alarmingly. especially in Asia Many countries in the ASEAN region, including Thailand, to the United States, Israel and the United Kingdom.

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Scientists have tried to solve the mystery of the deadly potential of COVID-19 Delta species Ever since this deadly virus has caused shock. New coronavirus cases found in India soar to more than 4 lakh contagious days until the people die in the fall Types of cremation wood are still in short supply.

Sharon Peacock, British microbiologist which attempts to study the sequencing of the genome of COVID-19 various mutants even called COVID-19 Delta species that ‘is the most insidious coronavirus all around. and is the easiest to spread,’ since the outbreak of COVID-19.

Staff in ICU treating patients with COVID-19 at the medical center Inter Mountain Murray, Utah, USA

The biggest risk in the world right now It’s just a delta.

Sharon Peacock said with concern that ‘The biggest risk in the world right now. It’s just a delta ‘Covid-19 virus’ that had mutated until it became a covid-19 virus. The most skillful and dangerous at this time

In the past, virologists have known that Viruses evolve through mutations to produce new species. which is sometimes more dangerous than the original species

At this time, there is a lot of concern about the COVID-19 virus. Delta species It’s not just that it makes the infected person more sick. But it is also more contagious. from one person to another This will inevitably result in an increase in the number of infected people. And there are more severely ill people who need to be hospitalized. especially for people who have not been vaccinated.

The British Public Health Office reported on 23 July 64 that in the number of people infected with COVID-19 Of the 3,692 hospital admissions, they were infected with a delta strain. Of these, 58.3% have not been vaccinated and 22.8% have received the full formulation of the coronavirus vaccine.

Israeli health officials say they are now diagnosed with COVID-19 Up to 60% of those requiring hospitalization have been vaccinated. And most of them are over 60 years of age and those who need to be hospitalized for COVID-19 have chronic health problems.

the United States which has been the epidemic that has caused the cumulative number of infections and deaths to be number one in the world. had to come back to face the first cases of COVID-19 new increase Of these, 83% were delta strains. In addition, most of those infected have not been vaccinated against the coronavirus, as many as 97 percent of those infected. The new cases climbed to 101,098 and 429 more deaths, bringing the total number of infections to 35.7 million and 629,315 deaths.

CDC warns that ‘delta’ coronavirus is the easiest to spread

The US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) describes the potential of Delta strain as being as infectious as it is. with chickenpox This is a highly contagious virus that infects easily at a rate of 1 in 8-9 and makes infected people more ill.

The CDC’s new report on Delta strains, released on Friday, July 30, also underscores that COVID-19 The Delta strain is more dangerous than the previous strain of COVID.

of concern is The number of people who have not been vaccinated are now seeing more infections, and the CDC has found that those who have been vaccinated can also spread the Delta strain.

‘War Has Changed,’ CDC Warns in Corporate Document Describing Deadly COVID-19 Delta species that is spreading like wildfire to people who have been vaccinated and even from the person vaccinated to others.

Tedros Adhanom Grebejesus, Director-General of the World Health Organization.
Tedros Adhanom Grebejesus, Director-General of the World Health Organization.

Victory in the war against COVID in danger or is about to lose

World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said in the past four weeks, or in July, the number of COVID-19 cases has risen to 80% in most regions of the world Of these deaths in Africa, where only 1.5% was vaccinated, up 80 percent.

“Winning the war against coronavirus is in danger, or is losing, health systems in many countries are overflowing with cases,” the WHO director said with concern.

The World Health Organization reports that the coronavirus Has spread infected people in 132 countries around the world. and is becoming the main species of the world

Mike Ryan, WHO’s senior expert on emergencies, said all WHO-approved vaccines now offer special immunity against severe illness and hospitalization from the virus. All kinds of covid mutants including delta species

while Maria van Kirkhof, head of technical department for the COVID-19 situation of the World Health Organization said that the Delta strain It is the most easily spread infection. And can be infected higher than the original coronavirus that first spread in Wuhan. Hebei Province of China up to about 50%.

Author : Aranya Srichananit

Sources: Reuters, CNN, Philadelphia.

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