The most contagious corona virus variant to date may also be the most severe. Symptoms that are not commonly seen in patients with hearing loss, severe gastrointestinal disorders and blood clots leading to hernia are called delta variant by doctors in India.
She is directing the second catastrophic wave of Govt-19 in Asia. Meanwhile, in the UK and Scotland, early evidence, which now dominates the UK, already has eight confirmed cases in Brazil – with the risk of hospitalization.
The Delta variant has spread to more than 60 countries over the past six months and has developed travel restrictions worldwide. The rise in epidemics has forced the UK to reconsider plans to reopen the country later this month, with a local report likely to be delayed by two weeks.
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With higher transmission rates and reduced vaccine efficacy, understanding the effects of Indian variability has become particularly important.
Abdul Kafur, an epidemiologist at the Apollo Hospital in Chennai, the largest city in South India, said, “I see more Kovit-19 patients with diarrhea now than in the initial waves of infections in India. “Last year, we thought we learned about our opponent, but he changed,” Kafoor said.
Symptoms experienced by Kovit-19 patients include diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, deafness and joint pain, according to six doctors treating patients across India.