According to a new assessment by experts, B1617 Covid-19 is also spreading around the world. ‘Horrible speed’ and could make the pandemic much worse especially in countries with low vaccination rates. The B1617 strain is also reported to rise more rapidly with a steeper slope than other strains. And this won’t be the last time the virus has mutated.
“What is terrifying is the unimaginable speed with which this variable can spread and spread widely within the community. This often exceeds the ability of contact tracing units to track and isolate exposed exposure to break the transmission chain,” said Professor Teo Yik Ying, dean of the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health at the National University of Singapore. It was first detected in India in October 2020 and is now available in more than 50 countries.
The woman added that This species has enormous potential to show the world a terrifying and unprecedented pandemic. In other words, it could unleash a more terrifying pandemic than the world has ever seen. This is because the B1617 strain has mutated so that it can be easily transmitted from person to person. and may weaken the protection provided by vaccines and natural infections. experts say when referring to the ensuing danger Health authorities around the world have declared such stress to be “Global Worrying Variables” This Month
The first strain detected in Wuhan last year is said to be nothing compared to the new strain. There are three versions of B1617: B16171, B16172, and B16173. The second version is the most relevant as it seems to outpace B16171 in local cases as well as globally reported. The third B16173 is Rare, reports say the only hope for now is vaccination. And several studies suggest that the Pfizer, Moderna, and AstraZeneca vaccines are effective against the B1617 vaccine.
But the problem lies in the shortage of vaccines and countries. “Countries such as Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam are at greater risk due to low vaccination rates. This makes them more susceptible to serious diseases,” said Professor Fisher. President of the WHO Global Epidemic Alert Network
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