The World Health Organization said relief from the new Covid strain – uncontrollable, may be control

Geneva (Switzerland): Coronavirus infection continues to increase worldwide. Meanwhile, a new strain of Kovid-19 (Covid-19) has been found in Britain. Which spreads very quickly. Panic reigns over this. In this regard, the World Health Organization (WHO) said that the new type of Coronavirus cannot be controlled and can be controlled now.

The aura has already taken hold: WHO

The head of the World Health Organization’s emergency department, Michael Ryan, said at a press conference that we have witnessed more infections and control of Corona virus in many places. Likewise, we can also beat the new corona strain.

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70 new breeds are spreading rapidly

 

British Health Secretary Matt Hancock had previously claimed that the new strain of coronavirus was out of control. At the same time, British officials said it is spreading 70 percent faster than the chronic mutation of the Coronavirus.

“There is no evidence that the new strain is more deadly.”

Michael Ryan said, citing British data, that there is no evidence that the new strain of Coronavirus is more deadly. However, it has been mentioned that this type of corona is more easily spread than the variant Covid-19.

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How will the new strain be controlled?

The World Health Organization said, ‘The procedures we currently have are the right ones. What we have been doing so far, we have to do it himself. We just have to do it a little faster and make sure for some time that we can control the new strain of the virus.

In which countries the new breed appeared so far

The new Corona strains have not reached India, but so far it has been confirmed in 6 countries, including Britain. New strains that started in Britain reached Denmark, Australia, the Netherlands, South Africa and Italy. In light of this, nearly 30 countries like India banned arrivals from Britain and South Africa.

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