Geneva. To eliminate the corona virus epidemic (Covid-19), the work of vaccination is going on around the world including India. Meanwhile, big information has come to the fore regarding the new mutation B.1.621 of the corona virus. The World Health Organization (WHO) is monitoring the new variant B.1.621 of the corona virus. WHO has declared it as Variant of Interest. The World Health Organization says that there is a risk of reducing the effect of the corona vaccine with this new variant. Variant of interest means that its nature and contagiousness will be monitored before it is classified as a variant of concern.
Recently, WHO had said that the B.1.617 variant of Corona was first detected in India in December last year. This variant is spreading more easily than the original variant of the virus. Maria Van Kerkov, a WHO scientist working on the corona, had said that the infection of the B.1.617 variant of corona is spreading rapidly, information is available. According to WHO, the infection capacity of India’s B.1.617 variant virus is very high.
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The WHO said that there are mutations in the variant that can attack the body even after being vaccinated against corona. The World Health Organization stressed that more studies are needed to better understand it.
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The bulletin said that the emergence of new virus mutations has caused widespread concern, as the infection rate is again increasing globally. These are increasing due to the highly contagious delta variant. Especially among the uninfected and in areas where anti-virus measures have been relaxed.
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