Bhopal: At least seven cases of the new Delta Plus variant of Corona have been confirmed in Madhya Pradesh. Two of these patients have died. According to doctors, he had not received any vaccine for corona. Three patients, who had taken one or both doses of the vaccine, have recovered. The other two were also not vaccinated, but they managed to defeat the infection. One of them is a 22-year-old woman and the other a two-year-old girl.
According to the reports, all the seven patients came to Kovid test positive last month. After this, in June, the Delta Plus variant was confirmed to be found in them. Of these, three patients are from Bhopal, two from Ujjain and one each from Raisen and Ashok Nagar districts. The ‘Delta Plus’ variant of the corona virus is derived from the delta or ‘b.1.617.2’ variant. It was identified during the second wave of corona infection in India.
Existing vaccine is also effective against ‘Delta Plus’
A top official of Madhya Pradesh has said that the anti-Covid vaccines currently being administered to people are also effective against this new type of epidemic. are effective. Additional Chief Secretary, Public Health and Family Welfare Department, Mohammad Suleman said, "Three out of the five cases of Delta Plus variant in the state had already received the anti-Covid-19 vaccine and they did not need to go to the hospital even after this type of infection with the corona virus. This means the vaccine is effective against this form as well."
he said, "An NCDC official in Delhi has told us that Delta Plus has a relatively high infectivity. However, at present the number of cases of this variant in the country is very less. Therefore, it will not be correct to predict right now what will be the consequences of this new form of corona virus on the population?"