Omicron is not expected to lighten, scientist warns about new variant of Corona

The study found that this form of infection, which has spread widely in the UK and rapidly spreading in India, is less infecting the cells found in the lungs, but the virus is not expected to be mild.

Scientist’s report about Corona in Britain

Omicron being less aggressive is good news for now but it is the result of an “evolutionary mistake” because COVID-19 is spreading very effectively and there is no reason for it to slow down, indicating that the next The pattern may be more contagious. A scientist of Indian origin from Cambridge University has warned in this regard.

Ravindra Gupta, Professor of Clinical Microbiology at the Cambridge Institute for Therapeutic Immunology and Infectious Diseases (CITIID), conducted a recent study on the Omicron pattern. This form is less infecting the cells found in the lungs, but this virus is not likely to be mild.

Viruses get lighter over time – an evolutionary mistake

Professor Gupta said in an interview to ‘PTI-Bhasha’ on Thursday, ‘It is estimated that viruses become mild with time, but due to long-term evolutionary trends, this is not happening here. SARS-CoV-2 (Kovid-19) does not have this problem because it is spreading very effectively, so there is no reason for it to be mild, especially in the era of vaccination. That’s why I think it’s an evolutionary mistake. ,

“Omicron being less aggressive is obviously good news for now, but it won’t necessarily happen in the next version and it could be more dangerous than anything we’ve seen before,” he said. The scientist advised the UK government that the vaccination campaign is important because it is our first weapon of defense against infection. On the effect of Omicron form in India, Professor Gupta said, ‘If there are many cases of delta infection in India, then there is some immunity there. The vaccines they have made are very good. We know that vaccines do not affect Omicron and a third dose is mandatory.

One in every 20 people infected in the UK

In Britain, the situation is such that in every 20 people, one corona is found infected. However, amid the ever-increasing cases of Corona, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told his cabinet on Wednesday that there was no need to impose further lockdown restrictions in England, as he hopes to overcome the Omicron wave of Kovid-19. There have been 2,18,724 record daily cases of corona virus infection in Britain. Johnson laid out his plan to take steps under ‘Plan B’ in the first cabinet meeting of the new year, which includes steps such as wearing a mask, working from home when possible and making a Kovid-19 vaccination certificate mandatory for large events. Ensure that the .

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