India: The new variant of coronavirus has reached every corner of the world. India has also reported its first 6 cases of this new variant of covid-19 on Tuesday. Recent reports confirmed more 14 patients in the capital of the Country. The mutant found in the people who lately came from the United Kingdom in India.
As per the Health Officials of India, specimens of three people from the United Kingdom tested positive for the UK’s mutant strain at NIMHANS in Bengaluru. Two tested positive for coronavirus at the Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology in Hyderabad. Besides, one tested positive at the National Institute of Virology in Pune.
As per the guidelines of several health organisations, it is confirmed that it is more transferable than previous. Children are more susceptible to this new variant.
The capital of Country, Delhi is already under threat of coronavirus more than other states, Whereas a new disease going viral named as mucormycosis. Mucormycosis is a rare fungal disease that is observed in the recovered patients of covid-19. Death confirmed in Gujrat as well as Delhi and Mumbai too. These states are mostly populated in India.
As an unprecedented year comes to a close and a New Year beckons, here are 🔟 global health issues WHO and our partners will focus on in 2021
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We must follow the precautions provided by the World Health Organisation. Safeguards are always better than a cure. Many flights have been banned for limiting the spread of the new variant of deadly coronavirus. According to reports, more than 14 million people have been tested positive for dangerous coronavirus. Half of them are suffering from several more diseases. Hence, strict lockdown regulations have been applied in the respective member states of several countries.
”Now” is the most significant time for every citizen of Country. As vaccination will be provided, but it is in our hands to safeguard ourselves from being tested positive. Proper rules and regulation only can stop the spread of COVID-19.