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The new form of Kovid-19 is spreading rapidly around the world ‘Delta’ – WHO

United Nations: World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has said that the new form of ‘Delta’ of Kovid-19 is spreading rapidly around the world. He cautioned that the delta variant, which has reached 104 countries, is likely to soon become the most dominant form of corona virus in the whole world.

rising cases of corona

Tedros said in a press conference on Monday that last week was the fourth week when the number of cases of Kovid-19 continued to increase worldwide. Except for one of the six WHO areas, cases have increased in all others. He said that after the decrease in cases for 10 weeks, the concern has increased due to such increase in cases.

The Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO) said, “The new form ‘Delta’ is spreading rapidly around the world, increasing the number of cases of infection and people who have lost their lives. ‘Delta’ has now spread to 104 countries and it is expected to become the most dominant form in the whole world.

Delta variant more contagious

He said that Kovid-19 is constantly changing and is becoming more contagious. “My message today is that we are facing a deteriorating public health emergency that could threaten lives, livelihoods and the global economic recovery,” Tedros said. It is even worse for places where vaccines are scarce and infection continues to wreak havoc.” He emphasized that the world has to come together to deal with the global pandemic.

Let us tell you that so far more than 18 crore 80 lakh corona infection cases have been reported worldwide, out of which more than 40 lakh 55 thousand people have died so far. At the same time, America is the most affected country in the world due to corona infection. So far more than 3 crore 47 lakh people have been infected here. At the same time, more than 6 lakh people have died due to corona infection.

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