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This is what we know about the "Delta" mutant ... which is the most worrying?

This is what we know about the “Delta” mutant … which is the most worrying?

Many questions have been raised about this mutation, especially in the wake of its rapid spread and spread, according to the Science Alert website.

According to the Public Health Commission, Delta now has 91 percent of the cases registered in the UK.

وذكر “Scientific Warning” a Variations appear to be “without any effect on behavior” in different viruses, but he pointed out that some mutations can lead to changes in the characteristics of the virus, namely the speed of spread and the severity of the disease, the ineffectiveness of the vaccine and the failure to detect it.

Transformed delta?

Delta mutation is a worrying variant, also known as B.1.167.2, and is one of three known subspecies of B.1.167.

The delta variant was first detected in India in December 2020, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

What worries you?

What is worrying about “delta mutation” is that the rate of its spread is higher than previous mutations, as studies indicate that “the prevalence of delta mutants has increased by about 40-60 percent.”

Recent reports in the UK show that the risk of hospitalization doubles after delta (compared to alpha), especially for those with other health conditions.

What do we know about mutated delta localization?

Since its first appearance in India about 6 months ago, official figures indicate that the delta mutation has spread around the world (74 countries).

Some statistics show that the number of patients with this mutation doubles every six to 12 days. Scientific warning.

Vaccine efficacy?

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Some preliminary studies conducted in the United Kingdom have confirmed that currently available vaccines against delta mutations are effective.

Pfizer and Astrogene vaccines have reduced hospital admissions by nearly 90 percent and infections and complications by 17 percent.