new deadly forms of corona found in 174 districts across the country
So far, more than 120 mutations of the corona virus have been identified in India, but out of these, alpha, beta, gamma and delta forms have shown the most effect.
Amidst fears of a third wave of corona, severe forms of corona have been detected in Punjab, Maharashtra, West Bengal, Kerala and Gujarat, including the capital Delhi, which can increase the speed of corona infection.
Meanwhile, the Union Health Ministry has advised people to take special precautions. In fact, the presence of ‘alpha’, ‘beta’, ‘gamma’ and ‘delta’ forms of corona have been detected in 174 districts across the country. Due to these new forms of corona, once again the risk of rapid infection of corona has arisen. Not only this, these new forms are also catching people who have taken vaccine doses.
Let us tell you, so far more than 120 mutations of corona virus have been identified in India, but out of these, alpha, beta, gamma and delta forms have shown the most effect. After this the ‘Delta Plus’ format is also growing rapidly.
Where infection is high, there may be a lockdown
In view of the rising corona graph in the northeastern states, once again imposition of lockdown can be considered. So far, the infection rate has exceeded 10 percent in more than 73 districts, out of which 48 districts are from the northeastern states.
In a high-level meeting chaired by Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla on Wednesday, it has been decided that a lockdown can be imposed where the infection is high.
Weekly deaths lowest since October: WHO
Corona cases have increased worldwide in the last week, but the number of deaths in a week has decreased to the lowest level since October. The UN health agency said in its weekly epidemiological report on Wednesday that there has been an increase of up to 30 percent in cases of infection in 53 countries of the European region.
The WHO said that between June 28 and July 4, more than 26 lakh new cases of corona were reported, which was a slight increase compared to the previous week, while the number of deaths recorded in the week decreased by seven percent to 54 thousand. This is the lowest figure since October.