New Delhi. The outbreak of Corona epidemic lasted for almost two years all over the world. Now once again the Kovid virus is changing its symptoms. When the coronavirus spread, no one knew how dangerous its effect could be. Symptoms of this disease included the absence of smell, the disappearance of tests, fever, and cough. But with time the symptoms of this disease also started changing. Now experts say that now the symptoms of corona are changing rapidly once again.
According to a report, the Senior Clinical Lecturer of the University of Exeter Medical School says that ‘Corona’s Omicron variants BA.4 and BA.5 are now returning with new variants. In this, patients may have respiratory disease. At present, it is believed that this variant is not so dangerous. The matter of infection in the lungs has not come to the fore. It is believed that the new variant can spread even by talking.
Increased risk of blood clotting
Experts say that there is a risk of blood clotting in the new variant. In the old variant, symptoms like heart attack and stroke were seen in patients a few months after recovering from the infection. Now it will be known only in the coming times that what other types of symptoms appear in the new variant. According to the latest data received from the website of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the number of active cases of corona in India was 1946 on Friday. At the same time, a total of 530728 people have died due to corona infection. Talking about vaccination, so far 2 billion 20 crore people have got corona vaccine in India.
Found a new variant of corona
WHO has again expressed the possibility of a new wave of coronavirus infection in the whole world. The new variant of Corona XBB.1.5 has been considered the most infectious form so far. It has been described as a sub-variant of Omicron (Omicron sub-variant XBB.1.5), which has the ability to mutate itself very rapidly.
According to INSACOG, the number of cases of the XBB.1.5 variant of COVID-19, responsible for the increase in corona cases in the US, has increased to 26 in India.