The corona virus has been spreading around the world for the past two years. A variant of the Corona is gone and a new variant is coming soon. The first wave was caused by the first variant of the Corona in Wuhan.
So Delta had created a terrible situation all over the world. Meanwhile, Omicron has now begun to frighten the world. At the same time, a brother of the Omicron variant has also come forward.
The situation is deteriorating in the US and Europe. It is also believed that the wave of delimcron started there. Also in India, coronary heart disease is slowly increasing again.
According to experts, the brother of Omicron is none other than the combination of delta and Omicron. It is called delimcron. This time around, both variants are getting around the world. In India, the number of Omicron patients has crossed 220.
Meanwhile, booster doses are in demand due to the increasing prevalence of this variant. Booster doses have been introduced in many countries. In such a scenario, it is not possible to say exactly how terrible Delta and Omicron, i.e. Delmicron will take shape.
According to some experts, the current corona outbreak in the country is a wave of delmicron. Shashank Joshi, a member of the Maharashtra government’s task force, said that in the US and Europe, there is a small wave of patients due to delmicron (delta and omicron spikes).
He said it remains to be seen how much and how much impact Omicron will have in India. The spread of the Delta variant was very large in India. Delta is also present in the country at present.
Elsewhere in the world, deltas are now being replaced by omicron. However, it is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
Hybrid immunity is present in India. According to Joshi, 90 per cent of the population surveyed in Mumbai and Delhi had corona. He said 88 per cent of Indians had taken at least one dose of the corona vaccine.
In such a scenario, emphasis is being placed on vaccination by the government and experts. People are also being urged to wear masks and observe social discrimination.