The corona is rampant with millions of injured … and global health clears up

With the recent insane movement of the emerging corona virus, which has recorded millions of infections during the recent period, global alarms about the movement of the epidemic continue.

The World Health Organization revealed on Friday that the spread of the “Omicron” mutant is due to a number of factors, including mutations carried by the mutant and increased social mixing.

And the head of the team Technician from the World Health Organization’s Emergency Diseases Unit Maria Van Kerkhove said people should avoid exposing themselves to the virus and try to control its transmission, after a week during which victims have been recorded record.

“immune escape”

Van Kerkhove confirmed that Omicron spreads very quickly among people for several reasons, the first of which is the mutations carried by the mutant, which allow it to attach more easily to human cells.

He added that there is a so-called immune leak, and this means that the infection can recur in who was previously infected e in who was vaccinated, according to claims in a statement released by the World Health Organization.

The health official also continued that there is another reason we are seeing a proliferation of omicron in the upper respiratory tract, which differs in this from Delta and other mutants.

In addition to these factors, the spread of the virus is also driven by the greater mixing of people, by spending more time in closed places in the winter in the Northern Hemisphere and from non-compliance with preventive measures such as physical spacing.

Millions of wounded and dead

Interestingly, a Reuters statistic showed that over 299.99 million people were infected with the emerging coronavirus. in around the world, while the total number of deaths caused by the virus has reached five million and 824,084.

The corona is rampant with millions of injured … and global health clears up
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Infections with the virus have been recorded in more than 210 countries and regions since the first cases were discovered in China in December 2019.

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