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Corona’s new variant can be bad for even those who took the vaccine!

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The new variant of Corona is very dangerous. It can be bad for even those who have taken the vaccine!

XBB.1.5, the latest Corona variant wreaking havoc throughout the world, affects more vaccinated persons and those who have been infected with Corona than prior variations. This assertion is based on recent research.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), instances of the XBB.1.5 variation have been detected in 38 nations, with solely this variety accounting for 82 percent of corona cases in the United States. At the same time, this variation is responsible for 8% of corona cases in the UK and 2% of corona cases in Denmark.

This variety is also more likely to infect patients who have been vaccinated or who have previously had COVID-19, according to the study.

The new Corona variant spreads very quickly.

The XBB.1.5 strain belongs to the Omicron XBB variation family, which includes recombinants of the Omicron BA.2.10.1 and BA.2.75 sub-variants. In the United States, XBB and XBB.1.5 are responsible for 44 percent of corona cases.

This variant can even infect persons who have been immunised.

A recent research by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene revealed that XBB.1.5 is the fastest-spreading variety of COVID-19 that we know of, and that it has a higher chance of infecting people who have been vaccinated against corona or who have previously experienced COVID-19 sickness.

Corona must be prevented with vaccination.

“We do not yet know whether XBB.1.5 might induce more severe sickness,” he added, urging immunisation.

As a result, the best method to protect yourself is to get the vaccination plus an updated booster dose of COVID-19.  There have been a total of 26 instances of this variation in India.

According to INSACOG data provided three days ago, a total of 26 instances of COVID XBB.1.5 have been discovered in India thus far. This variety has been discovered in 11 states and union territories, including Delhi, Maharashtra, and West Bengal.

The increase of COVID cases in the United States is being attributed to XBB.1.5.

According to the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), the subvariant is spreading 12.5 percent quicker than other variations in the United States.

This subvariant was responsible for 30% of cases in the first week of January, which is higher than the CDC’s estimate of 27.6% last week.

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