The “World Health” warns of the stubborn “Delta” .. These people are in danger

New infections increased among those under 25 years old

The World Health Organization announced, on Wednesday, that it is monitoring infection of the AY.4.2 strain of the delta mutant, which is becoming more frequent in cases of Covid-19; Noting that new infections have increased among those under the age of 25 since the beginning of July.

The World Health Organization, in its weekly report on the epidemic, stated that it had “recorded an increase in transmission of the AY.4.2 strain since July.”

The strain includes 3 additional mutations, including 2 mutations in the spike protein spike.

AY.4.2 sequences were uploaded to the global database GISAID from 43 countries, 93% from the United Kingdom; Where a gradual increase in the proportion of new cases was observed.

This strain represented 5.9% of all delta mutant cases reported in the UK during the week of 3 October.

According to the WHO, “epidemiological and laboratory studies are under way” to determine whether AY.4.2 is more contagious or if it impairs the antibodies.

The Covid-19 epidemic has killed more than 4.96 million people since the virus was discovered in China at the end of 2019; According to an AFP tally based on official sources, in total more than 244 million cases have been registered.

During the past week, the number of new cases increased by 4% from the previous week, with 2.9 million new infections recorded, and Europe is the only region in the world that recorded an increase in cases.

The cumulative number of deaths rose 5% to more than 49,000.

Among the new infections, the proportion of those under the age of 25 has increased since the beginning of July; Especially in Europe and the Western Pacific.

The World Health Organization says that the reason may be that the elderly have received the vaccine, or that young people have broader social relations, or that the virus is spreading in schools with the resumption of lessons in attendance gradually.

The organization has figures according to the sex of the infected, covering only a part (123 million) of the Covid cases that were counted.

Among these cases, 51% were women, but men represented 58% of the deaths.

The death rate for people over 65 has also fallen since September 2020, possibly due to vaccinations and better treatment; According to the World Health Organization.

To date, 47% of the world’s population has received at least one dose of the vaccine against COVID-19; According to the World Health Organization.

The “World Health” warns of the stubborn “Delta” .. These people are in danger


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The World Health Organization announced, on Wednesday, that it is monitoring infection of the AY.4.2 strain of the delta mutant, which is becoming more frequent in cases of Covid-19; Noting that new infections have increased among those under the age of 25 since the beginning of July.

The World Health Organization, in its weekly report on the epidemic, stated that it had “recorded an increase in transmission of the AY.4.2 strain since July.”

The strain includes 3 additional mutations, including 2 mutations in the spike protein spike.

AY.4.2 sequences were uploaded to the global database GISAID from 43 countries, 93% from the United Kingdom; Where a gradual increase in the proportion of new cases was observed.

This strain represented 5.9% of all delta mutant cases reported in the UK during the week of 3 October.

According to the WHO, “epidemiological and laboratory studies are under way” to determine whether AY.4.2 is more contagious or if it impairs the antibodies.

The Covid-19 epidemic has killed more than 4.96 million people since the virus was discovered in China at the end of 2019; According to an AFP tally based on official sources, in total more than 244 million cases have been registered.

During the past week, the number of new cases increased by 4% from the previous week, with 2.9 million new infections recorded, and Europe is the only region in the world that recorded an increase in cases.

The cumulative number of deaths rose 5% to more than 49,000.

Among the new infections, the proportion of those under the age of 25 has increased since the beginning of July; Especially in Europe and the Western Pacific.

The World Health Organization says that the reason may be that the elderly have received the vaccine, or that young people have broader social relations, or that the virus is spreading in schools with the resumption of lessons in attendance gradually.

The organization has figures according to the sex of the infected, covering only a part (123 million) of the Covid cases that were counted.

Among these cases, 51% were women, but men represented 58% of the deaths.

The death rate for people over 65 has also fallen since September 2020, possibly due to vaccinations and better treatment; According to the World Health Organization.

To date, 47% of the world’s population has received at least one dose of the vaccine against COVID-19; According to the World Health Organization.

October 28, 2021 – Rabi` al-Awwal 22, 1443

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New infections increased among those under 25 years old

The World Health Organization announced, on Wednesday, that it is monitoring infection of the AY.4.2 strain of the delta mutant, which is becoming more frequent in cases of Covid-19; Noting that new infections have increased among those under the age of 25 since the beginning of July.

The World Health Organization, in its weekly report on the epidemic, stated that it had “recorded an increase in transmission of the AY.4.2 strain since July.”

The strain includes 3 additional mutations, including 2 mutations in the spike protein spike.

AY.4.2 sequences were uploaded to the global database GISAID from 43 countries, 93% from the United Kingdom; Where a gradual increase in the proportion of new cases was observed.

This strain represented 5.9% of all delta mutant cases reported in the UK during the week of 3 October.

According to the WHO, “epidemiological and laboratory studies are under way” to determine whether AY.4.2 is more contagious or if it impairs the antibodies.

The Covid-19 epidemic has killed more than 4.96 million people since the virus was discovered in China at the end of 2019; According to an AFP tally based on official sources, in total more than 244 million cases have been registered.

During the past week, the number of new cases increased by 4% from the previous week, with 2.9 million new infections recorded, and Europe is the only region in the world that recorded an increase in cases.

The cumulative number of deaths rose 5% to more than 49,000.

Among the new infections, the proportion of those under the age of 25 has increased since the beginning of July; Especially in Europe and the Western Pacific.

The World Health Organization says that the reason may be that the elderly have received the vaccine, or that young people have broader social relations, or that the virus is spreading in schools with the resumption of lessons in attendance gradually.

The organization has figures according to the sex of the infected, covering only a part (123 million) of the Covid cases that were counted.

Among these cases, 51% were women, but men represented 58% of the deaths.

The death rate for people over 65 has also fallen since September 2020, possibly due to vaccinations and better treatment; According to the World Health Organization.

To date, 47% of the world’s population has received at least one dose of the vaccine against COVID-19; According to the World Health Organization.

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