Cove 19: No case of new forms of South African has been found in India so far, Health Department Alert
World I have once again knocked out new forms of corona virus and it has caused panic in many countries. Following the news of the new variant in South Africa, it is now known that this variant of Corona virus is spreading rapidly and after South Africa, patients infected with this variant have also been found in Botswana and Hong Kong. As a precaution, the central government has issued an alert in India and started screening passengers from South Africa, Hong Kong and Botswana. At the same time, according to official sources, no such case has been reported in India so far. The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned of such a thing and called an important meeting.
Name of the new version of Corona B.1.1
The new strain of corona virus, named B.1.1, is now spreading in many countries. It is suspected to have been born of an untreated HIV patient. François Balloux, director of the UCL Genetics Institute in London, said it was more likely to develop during a chronic infection. At this stage it is very difficult to estimate how much infection can spread. B.1.1 variant requires further research and closely monitored and analyzed patients affected.
More than 1,200 have been affected so far in various variants of B.1.1.
So far in South Africa, Botswana and Hong Kong, the number of people infected with the corona virus has exceeded 1,200, and the number is growing rapidly. Researchers say it is too early to say whether the current corona vaccine will work on this type of corona virus.
The central government has issued a warning about the danger.
The central government has issued an alert for new strains of the corona virus, urging all states and union territories to stop all international influxes from or passing through South Africa, Hong Kong and Botswana. Strict screening and screening of passengers. . A warning issued by the central government states that new forms of Code-19 have emerged in these countries with serious public health effects. Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan, in a letter to the Additional Chief Secretaries or Principal Secretaries or Secretaries (Health) of all the States and Union Territories, asked them to ensure that samples of affected passengers were found. Send to genome sequencing laboratories immediately.
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