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Mutation wave “Omigron”Protections for the planet’s far-flung, and new variants have grown in tandem with scientists hoping to keep a small mark on future infectious threats.

Hundreds of millions of individual immune systems have now identified the virus and are ready to fight it if confronted with Omigran or any other variant.

Vaccine increases doses, as well as infections have contributed to this. In the US in particular, it pointed out that the predictive models for Americans are currently -according to 73% -according to Omicron, the dominant variant immunity, which will increase by 80% in mid-March.

It is not possible to prevent this increased immunity or to reduce the overall viral load by protecting individuals from potential new infections as well as “stopping” new waves. At the same time, experts agree that hospitals and ICUs breathe “red”.

According to Professor Ali Mokhtada, “We are infected with this virus and we know how to deal with it.”

The corona virus – Omigron and new variants are sure to appear – remains dangerous. It still affects more than 130,000 Americans and kills more than 2,000 every day. Tens of thousands of people around the world are vulnerable.

Also -Thonesedai- will be new waves. The notion of “herd immunity” that can stop the virus has been forgotten in the wake of new variants of immunosuppression and antimoviolastine.

Vaccination is required

But the corona is no longer young. Two years ago it struck humanity, where the human immune system encountered something unexpected. The entire population of the planet – 7.9 billion people – was at risk of infection.

“I’m confident that the summer increase will rise, even if we do these things, but the number of hospitalizations and deaths will not,” Moktada said.

At the same time, many countries are canceling operations, halting teleworking and refueling flights.

In this context, the experts “nature” will last or whether another setback in the attempt to understand the horizon. Omicron immunity is declining much faster: They try to answer questions about the virus and vaccines? How many reported cases of mild infection does not arise? But there was no indication of how many people become infected? Find clues, please, Britain, Denmark and South Africa and other countries of the world in the use of health data.

However, although large sections of the population have some form of “shield”, many are not protected. மக்கள்தொகையின் நோய் எதிர்ப்பு சக்தியின் மிகவும் நம்பிக்கையான மதிப்பீடுகளுடன் கூட, நூற்றுக்கணக்கான மில்லியன் மக்கள் இன்னும் பாதிக்கப்படக்கூடியவர்களாக உள்ளனர்.

Andrew Peckotz, a researcher at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, has expressed concern that people – especially unvaccinated survivors – may be under the misconception that there is safety. “In an ideal world, people who have not been vaccinated against Omicron disease will stand in line for vaccination,” he said.

Moreover, the rating for safety is far from scientific data. This is a moving goal as the immune system is weakened and new variants are released. Security varies widely from person to person and it is not possible to know for sure how many people are not protected.

At the same time, the disadvantage of relying on natural immunity is that Omigran is highly contagious and capable of escaping both vaccines and protection against old infections.

Source: Associated Press


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