Omicron: New warning issued by WHO

Omicron: New warning issued by WHO

The new variant of the Covit-19, the Omicron, has caused panic around the world. The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued a new warning of the dire consequences of the Omicron corona infection. The WHO says the risk of infection from Omicron is very high. Omicron contains an unexpected number of spike proteins, according to a report by the World Health Organization. As some of these infections spread rapidly, it can become a major disaster.

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The WHO said Omicron could have 26 to 32 mutants, some of which are worrying. The WHO says the potential for Omicron to spread globally is high. It claims that the Omicron variant is spreading rapidly around the world. Therefore, all countries are urged to expedite vaccination. In addition, government health services are being asked to be prepared to deal with these disasters.

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While the first infection of this Covid-19 Omicron variant was detected in South Africa, it has now spread to about 12 countries. The WHO added that Covid-19 exposure could occur in the future and could have serious consequences, depending on a number of factors. The World Health Organization (WHO) says there is a need to expedite the covid vaccination process.