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Will the fourth wave of corona come to India? 2 new subtypes raise concerns

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Will the fourth wave of corona come to India? 2 new subtypes raise concerns

Many countries around the world are mourning Omicron and all its forms. The discussion of the fourth wave of Corona in India has gained momentum. However, vaccination is being done rapidly in the country. But it will be interesting to see how effective the Indian vaccine will be on the new type of corona.

The world is once again shocked by the havoc of Corona virus. The BA.2 sub variant of the Omicron variant of the corona virus is currently spreading rapidly across the world. Meanwhile, Omicro has added to the troubles of the world with the introduction of two new sub-variants, BA.4 and BA.5. The fourth wave of corona virus is wreaking havoc in Europe and Asian countries. Many countries are mourning Omicron and its subtypes. The discussion of the fourth wave of Corona in India has gained momentum. However, vaccination is being done rapidly in the country. But it will be interesting to see how effective the Indian vaccine will be on the new type of corona.Omicron XE, BA.2 Sub-Variants: India Sees Steady Rise in Case, Is COVID the 4th Wave on Horizon?

Know what the WHO has to say about the two new sub-variants.
The World Health Organization (WHO) says it is pursuing several dozen cases of two new sub-variants of Omicron variants, BA.4 and BA.5, which are known to be highly contagious. WHO is considering whether this new sub-variant is more infectious and lethal than existing variants. The WHO is already tracking two subtypes of Omicron, BA.1 and BA.2, which are currently the two most dominant forms in the world. The WHO says that there is a need to keep an eye on the two new sub-variants of Corona, as there were more changes in it. In such cases, further studies are needed to ascertain their ability to suppress the immune system.

Find out what experts have to say about the two new sub-variants.
Experts believe that these two new sub-variants are less likely to be fatal, but people should follow the COVID protocol to prevent them. Experts also say that it is too early to say what effect the mutation of these two new sub-variants will have on the corona epidemic. So far, cases of these two sub-types are not known to increase very rapidly. No casualties have been reported from both these sub-types so far.

Will the fourth wave of corona come to India?
Concern has also been raised about the fourth wave of corona in India. Corona cases are increasing once again in the capital Delhi. The Center has recently written a letter warning the states about the increasing danger of corona. The Delta variant in the second wave and Omicron in the third wave proved fatal in the country. It is being said that now the entire family of corona virus is ready to attack in the fourth wave. The corona virus has been named as Kovid-19. Among the members of the corona virus family, SARS covid-2, Delta, Omicron are its members, that is, it is a type. Omicron created the third wave in India. In such a situation, with the availability of its two new sub-variants, the case of corona is likely to increase rapidly.Less is more - Coronavirus and the job search: How to find a job in this recession  The Economic Times

Where in the world have we found cases of new subtypes?
The WHO says the global GISAID database has dozens of case reports of BA.4 and BA.5 tracking viruses. The UK’s Health Protection Agency said last week that cases of BA.4 were found in South Africa, Denmark, Botswana, Scotland and England between January 10 and March 30. At the same time, till last week all the cases of BA.5 were found in South Africa. All BA.4 and BA.5 cases detected in Botswana were reported in people aged 30 to 50 years.

Know how dangerous the XE variant is
Recently a new variant of Corona XE was seen. In India, one case of XE has been found in Gujarat. At the same time, the claim of getting his case in Mumbai was rejected by the Union Health Ministry. At the same time, WHO has warned about the XE variant. The XE variant spreads 10 times faster than Omicron’s sub-variants BA.1 and BA.2. XE is a hybrid of both subtypes of Omicron.

Vaccine immunity lasts up to 6 months
According to preliminary research, it is extremely difficult to identify the XE variant during the investigation. That’s why it is also called stealth variant. So far, three hybrids or recombinant strains of COVID have been found, first XD, second XF and third XE. The first and second types are derived from a mixture of Delta and Omicron, while the third is a hybrid strain of the Omicron subvariant. According to experts, the immunity created from the vaccine lasts for a maximum of 6 months. This means that these millions of people in the country are at the highest risk of getting infected with any new type. Take both the vaccine dose and the booster dose 9 months after the second dose.

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