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A strain that first appeared in India and caused a surge in cases and then moved to Britain

A new strain of the emerging corona virus, which first appeared in India and caused an increase in new cases in Britain, has raised questions about its seriousness and the ability of vaccines to prevent it.

The so-called “delta” strain has spread widely in India, causing a record spike in cases this spring.

The new strain has become the dominant case in Britain, even though Britain’s vaccination programs are considered one of the most successful in the world, and with these increases, Britons are divided over whether plans to return to normal life should be implemented, according to the “Washington Post”.

And according to what was reported by Al-Hurra, the New York Times said: “Covid-19 has declined in Britain more than any other country, in recent weeks, with less than 10 Britons dying daily from the disease, down from about 1,200 a day in the late days.” January.

But despite this success, Britain is now dealing with a new rise in cases, despite more than 41 percent of its population being fully vaccinated; While more than 60% received at least one dose.

The number of new cases registered daily is rising slowly but steadily, although the rate of increase is considered small compared to previous months; However, there is “cause for concern,” according to the New York Times. Cases doubled over the past month, from two thousand a day to about four thousand.

On Monday, British Health Secretary Matt Hancock said the government was still assessing data to see if the country could fully reopen by June 21 as planned.

And the “Washington Post” says: “The situation may have a significant impact on vaccination plans and the reopening of the economy around the world, including in the United States.”

One of three breeds

The strain B.1.617 is called a triple-mutant, because it is divided into three sub-strains, and the World Health Organization has warned that the B.1.617.2 strain, in particular, is “alarming”; Because the rate of transmission of infection through it is greater than the other two strains.

The organization confirmed the spread of the new strain “Delta” in 62 countries, including the United States; It accounted for about 3% of coronavirus cases as of May 8; According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

how dangerous it is

The “Washington Post” says: It contributed to the increase in the number of cases, during the past months, in India; The number of daily cases has reached 4,500.

In his remarks to Parliament on Monday, Hancock indicated that the British government believes that “delta” is 40 percent more transmissible than the “alpha” strain, known as B.1.1.7, which was first discovered in Britain.

And the New York Times says that with about 40% of Britons not receiving any vaccinations; The recent increases are likely to get significantly worse. Dr Chand Nagpol, of the British Medical Association, said the country was going through a “pivotal moment”.

An increase in injuries can lead to an increase in deaths; “But it will be lower because most people at risk of serious disease have already been vaccinated, with around 90% of Britons aged 65 and older having already received both doses.”

effect of vaccines

Researchers say vaccines appear to be effective against Delta, and British data showed that the majority of new cases in the country are among those who have not yet been vaccinated. Almost all serious cases were reported among those who were not vaccinated or who were not fully vaccinated.

According to data cited by Hancock; Only three people were hospitalized after contracting the Indian strain who had been fully vaccinated.

“Vaccines are working,” Hancock said. “We have to keep applying, and this critically includes that second dose, which we know provides better protection against Delta.”

But according to the “Washington Post”, there are greater concerns for countries that are implementing slow vaccination programs or using vaccines that are less effective, such as the Chinese “Sinopharma” vaccine.

‘Dangerous combination’

WHO officials warn that the presence of new strains in conjunction with the reopening of countries; May lead to disease outbreaks.

“Easing public health rules and social measures, increasing social mobility, with virus strains and unfair vaccination, is a very dangerous combination,” WHO official Maria Van Kerkhove said at a press conference last week.

62 countries have arrived and raise concerns.. Details about the ability of “Delta-Corona” and the vaccine..a dangerous mixture!

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A new strain of the emerging corona virus, which first appeared in India and caused an increase in new cases in Britain, has raised questions about its severity and the ability of vaccines to prevent it.

The so-called “delta” strain has spread widely in India, causing a record spike in cases this spring.

The new strain has become the dominant case in Britain, even though Britain’s vaccination programs are considered one of the most successful in the world, and with these increases, Britons are divided over whether plans to return to normal life should be implemented, according to the “Washington Post”.

And according to what was reported by Al-Hurra, the New York Times said: “Covid-19 has declined in Britain more than any other country, in recent weeks, with less than 10 Britons dying daily from the disease, down from about 1,200 a day in the late days.” January.

But despite this success, Britain is now dealing with a new rise in cases, despite more than 41 percent of its population being fully vaccinated; While more than 60% received at least one dose.

The number of new cases registered daily is rising slowly but steadily, although the rate of increase is considered small compared to previous months; However, there is “cause for concern,” according to the New York Times. Cases doubled, during the past month, from two thousand cases per day to about four thousand.

On Monday, British Health Secretary Matt Hancock said the government was still assessing data to see if the country could fully reopen by June 21 as planned.

The “Washington Post” says: “The situation may have a significant impact on vaccination plans and the reopening of the economy around the world, including in the United States.”

One of three breeds

The strain B.1.617 is called a triple-mutant, because it is divided into three sub-strains, and the World Health Organization has warned that the B.1.617.2 strain, in particular, is “alarming”; Because the rate of transmission of infection through it is greater than the other two strains.

The organization confirmed the spread of the new strain “Delta” in 62 countries, including the United States; It accounted for about 3% of coronavirus cases as of May 8; According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

how dangerous it is

The “Washington Post” says: It contributed to the increase in the number of cases, during the past months, in India; The number of daily cases has reached 4,500.

In his remarks to Parliament on Monday, Hancock indicated that the British government believes that “delta” is 40 percent more transmissible than the “alpha” strain, known as B.1.1.7, which was first discovered in Britain.

The New York Times says that with about 40% of Britons not receiving any vaccinations, The recent increases are likely to get significantly worse. Dr Chand Nagpol, of the British Medical Association, said the country was going through a “pivotal moment”.

An increase in injuries can lead to an increase in deaths; “But it will be lower because most people at risk of serious disease have already been vaccinated, with around 90% of Britons aged 65 and older having already received both doses.”

effect of vaccines

Researchers say vaccines appear to be effective against Delta, and British data have shown that the majority of new cases in the country are among those who have not yet been vaccinated. Almost all serious cases were reported among those who were not vaccinated or who were not fully vaccinated.

According to data cited by Hancock; Only three people were hospitalized after contracting the Indian strain who had been fully vaccinated.

“Vaccines are working,” Hancock said. “We have to keep applying, and this critically includes that second dose, which we know provides better protection against Delta.”

But according to the “Washington Post”, there are greater concerns for countries that are implementing slow vaccination programs or using vaccines that are less effective, such as the Chinese “Sinopharma” vaccine.

‘Dangerous combination’

WHO officials warn that the presence of new strains in conjunction with the reopening of countries; May lead to disease outbreaks.

“Easing public health rules and social measures, increasing social mobility, with virus strains and unfair vaccination, is a very dangerous combination,” WHO official Maria Van Kerkhove said at a press conference last week.

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A strain that first appeared in India and caused a surge in cases and then moved to Britain

A new strain of the emerging corona virus, which first appeared in India and caused an increase in new cases in Britain, has raised questions about its severity and the ability of vaccines to prevent it.

The so-called “delta” strain has spread widely in India, causing a record spike in cases this spring.

The new strain has become the dominant case in Britain, even though Britain’s vaccination programs are considered one of the most successful in the world, and with these increases, Britons are divided over whether plans to return to normal life should be implemented, according to the “Washington Post”.

And according to what was reported by Al-Hurra, the New York Times says: “Covid-19 has declined in Britain more than any other country, in recent weeks, with less than 10 Britons dying daily from the disease, down from about 1,200 a day in the late days.” January.

But despite this success, Britain is now dealing with a new rise in cases, despite more than 41 percent of its population being fully vaccinated; While more than 60% received at least one dose.

The number of new cases registered daily is rising slowly but steadily, although the rate of increase is considered small compared to previous months; However, there is “cause for concern,” according to the New York Times. Cases doubled, during the past month, from two thousand cases per day to about four thousand.

On Monday, British Health Secretary Matt Hancock said the government was still assessing the data to see if the country could fully reopen by June 21 as planned.

The “Washington Post” says: “The situation may have a significant impact on vaccination plans and the reopening of the economy around the world, including in the United States.”

One of three breeds

The strain B.1.617 is called a triple-mutant, because it is divided into three sub-strains, and the World Health Organization has warned that the B.1.617.2 strain, in particular, is “alarming”; Because the rate of transmission through it is greater than the other two strains.

The organization confirmed the spread of the new strain “Delta” in 62 countries, including the United States; It accounted for about 3% of coronavirus cases as of May 8; According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

how dangerous it is

The “Washington Post” says: It contributed to the increase in the number of cases, during the past months, in India; The number of daily cases has reached 4,500.

In his remarks to Parliament on Monday, Hancock indicated that the British government believes that “delta” is 40 percent more transmissible than the “alpha” strain, known as B.1.1.7, which was first discovered in Britain.

And the New York Times says that with about 40% of Britons not receiving any vaccinations; The recent increases are likely to get significantly worse. Dr Chand Nagpol, of the British Medical Association, said the country was going through a “pivotal moment”.

An increase in injuries can lead to an increase in deaths; “But it will be lower because most people at risk of serious disease have already been vaccinated, with around 90% of Britons aged 65 and older having already received both doses.”

effect of vaccines

Researchers say vaccines appear to be effective against Delta, and British data showed that the majority of new cases in the country are among those who have not yet been vaccinated. Almost all serious cases were reported among those who were not vaccinated or who were not fully vaccinated.

According to data cited by Hancock; Only three people were hospitalized after contracting the Indian strain who had been fully vaccinated.

“Vaccines are working,” Hancock said. “We have to keep applying, and this critically includes that second dose, which we know provides better protection against Delta.”

But according to the “Washington Post”, there are greater concerns for countries that are implementing slow vaccination programs or using vaccines that are less effective, such as the Chinese “Sinopharma” vaccine.

‘Dangerous combination’

WHO officials warn that the presence of new strains in conjunction with the reopening of countries; May lead to disease outbreaks.

“Easing public health rules and social measures, increasing social mobility, with virus strains and unfair vaccination, is a very dangerous combination,” WHO official Maria Van Kerkhove said at a press conference last week.





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