WHO warns Delta variant is extremely dangerous, constantly changing form

Geneva: The World Health Organization (WHO) has once again warned of a Delta variant of the coronavirus. On the Delta variant, WHO has said that it is a very deadly virus. Delta variant has been a source of concern not only in India but all over the world. He said the UK is seeing spikes in cases due to Delta variants.

Australia has banned travel to countries with Delta Plus. US CDC has warned that Delta will be the major tension in the country. Cases are double every three weeks in Africa. WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Gebreyesus has once again warned the world that the Covid-19 delta infection is deadly. Talking about the Delta, he said that new cases of this variant of corona are also coming to light in the countries where the vaccine has been vaccinated. We are going through a very dangerous phase of this epidemic.

He further said that the Delta variant is constantly changing its character. We have to keep a constant watch on it. Delta virus has been detected in 98 countries, while Delta Plus is currently in only 8 to 10 countries. The virus is spreading rapidly in those countries. We still have to take precautions for this infection. Strict monitoring, investigation, treatment, and home isolation are essential.

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