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Omicron can be 105 percent.  More contagious than delta

Omicron can be 105 percent. More contagious than delta

According to a study by French scientists, the omicron coronavirus variant may be 105 percent. It is more contagious than the previously identified Delta strain, euronews reported, citing a study by French researchers.

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1. Research: Omikron can be 105 percent. More contagious than delta

131,478 screening tests were analyzed in an unreviewed study published on medRxiv with Health Science Articles. The samples were from France between October 25 and December 18, 2021.

The results showed that most of the injuries were among young people Variant of Omikron or alpha, more often – delta. Based on these results, the scientists compared the transmissibility of people with omicron or alpha versus people with delta over a 21-day period. The difference was about 105%.

Research confirms that Omikron is more contagious and resistant to treatment

Research confirms that Omikron is more contagious and resistant to treatment (Getty Images)

2. WHO warns against defining Omicron as “gentle”

The first studies of Omikron showed it to be more contagious and more resistant to treatment Another variant of the coronavirus, and that it causes a milder course of CoVID-19 than previous strains. Moreover, this variant It attacks the upper respiratory tract more easily than the deltaBut it is less effective in infecting the lungs. These findings could help explain why it is more contagious with a lower death rate than deltas, euronews notes.

Meanwhile, the World Health Organization (WHO) this week warned against describing Omicron as “mild,” noting that there was a “tsunami of inflammation” crippling health systems around the world.

– Like the previous variants, Omikron leads to hospitalization and killing – WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus confirmed.

Hospitals have become overburdened with staff shortages, resulting in avoidable deaths, not only from COVID-19, but also from other illnesses and injuries when patients cannot receive timely treatment, Ghebreyesus noted. (PAP)

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