New Delhi: The Delta Plus variant of Corona remains a matter of concern in the country. So far 51 cases have been confirmed in India. Meanwhile, former Chief Scientist of ICMR Raman Gangakhedkar said that the delta is very much a decision and this variant is a matter of concern. Since this variant is a matter of concern, you will have to consider the Delta Plus as a worrying variant as well.
He added, “When I said that the delta variant can go for cell to cell transfer, what does it mean in terms of damage to organs? What if it goes in the mind? It is more likely to cause neurological symptoms.”
#WATCH | Raman Gangakhedkar, ex-Head Scientist of Epidemiology & communicable diseases, ICMR speaks on #DeltaPlusVariant. He says, “…Delta has spread a lot & is a Variant of Concern. Since it is a Variant of Concern, you’ve to also treat Delta Plus as a Variant of Concern…” pic.twitter.com/eDLDqnKMWv
— ANI (@ANI) June 26, 2021
Raman Gangakhedkar further added, “Depending on which organ I am talking about, it will probably cause more damage to those specific organs if it turns out to be true that it is causing major pathophysiological changes. and affecting different organs.
What did the WHO say?
World Health Organization (WHO) chief Tedros Adhanom warned that the delta form of Kovid-19, detected in at least 85 countries, is the ‘most contagious’ of all the forms that have been detected so far and that it is spreading rapidly among those people. who have not been vaccinated.
The WHO Director-General said in a press conference on Friday, “I know that right now there is a lot of concern about the delta form around the world and the WHO is also worried about it.” He said in Geneva, “As many forms are known so far. Delta is the most contagious of all and has been identified in at least 85 countries and is rapidly spreading among people who have not been vaccinated.
Delta Plus Update: 51 cases of Delta + variants came in 12 states, Center gave special instructions to eight states