Nominating the new Kovid breed as ‘Omicron’: WHO is a serious infection


  • B.1.1.529 Genetic Detection in South Africa and Other Countries
  • WHO named the new Kovid breed Omicron
  • Omicron’s addition to the Hazardous Delta and Delta Plus category
  • The advice of scientists to follow the Kovid guidelines

The World Health Organization (WHO) says the B.1.1.529 Kovid breed, which was first detected in the south of Africa, is a concern. This new breed has been named Omicron.

Omikron has been added to the category of Delta, Delta Plus and Kovid 19, which are more dangerous than other alpha, beta and gamma viruses, which are globally disturbed.
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Most countries have banned air traffic to prevent the spread of the Omicron. The dark shadow of the virus has once again covered the global economy, which is already on the path to recovery. The World Health Organization said it would take a few more months to complete studies on any changes in the transmission of Omicron, the severity of the disease, or the intricacies of the vaccine vaccine.

The WHO Technical Advisory Group on SARS-Cove-2 Virus Evaluation held an emergency meeting online on Friday, which has been classified. The new breed was first reported in South Africa on Wednesday. This different strain was found in a sample collected on November 9. Behind this new breed is an increasing number of people in South Africa and South Africa.
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No care for the vaccine!
Concerns are beginning to emerge that this new breed can make an impact beyond the power of the vaccine. Scientists continue to study this. Research is ongoing to find out whether the Omicron breed is actually dangerous or if it can be controlled.

‘The breed is carrying a huge number of mutations. This is a matter of great concern. Preliminary evidence has shown that this species has a higher risk of re-infection compared to other variants of the virus. Omicron cases are increasing in almost all provinces of South Africa. The breed test can be used in the same way as the current SARS-CoV-2 PCR test, ”the WHO said.

In the wake of a decline in coronavirus infections, people have been left stranded. They are crowded at concerts, markets, theaters, conferences and conferences. Other essential precautions are not being followed properly, such as maintaining physical distance, wearing a mask, and using a sanitizer. This neglect does not rule out the possibility of becoming dangerous again.
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Suggestions for people
It is important for every person to keep their body at risk. Public health measures are more important than ever. Maintaining distance, wearing a mask, refraining from joining groups, having a good breathing environment and getting vaccinated are essential measures, according to the World Health Organization.

Restriction on air travel
In addition to South Africa, Omicron has been found in Malawi, Botswana, Belgium, Hong Kong and Israel. Countries have pushed for air traffic between these countries. But the WHO says travel ban is not required for the Omicron cause. Countries can follow the scientific basis by considering travel control measures in the context of breeding. But it suggested that there should be no restrictions.


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