Corona virus new variant omicron might be severe and dangerous in comorbid people if they come in effect dlpg


New Delhi. The cases of Omicron, the new variant of corona in the country, are now increasing. So far, more than 100 Omicron cases have been reported in 11 states of India. In the last few days, the speed of infected with Omicron has increased rapidly. Therefore, scientists and health experts are also anticipating the arrival of the third wave through this variant. Not only this, now apart from Omicron, the number of Kovid patients is also increasing. However, experts say that Omicron is more contagious right now due to the higher infection capacity. So far no case of death has been reported from Omicron and no serious symptoms have been found, but it is difficult to say that this condition will happen to people of all ages and suffering from serious diseases. Similarly, if cases increase and people of all ages are affected by it, then it will not take time for it to become dangerous.

Director of the Jodhpur-based Indian Council of Medical Research-NIIRNCD (National Institute for Implementation Research on Non-Communicable Diseases) and Community Medicine Specialist Dr. Arun Sharma In a conversation with News-18 Hindi, told that if any new variant of Corona comes, it takes time to find out how dangerous it is. As the infection progresses and the mortality rate or the severity of the disease increases, then its risk becomes serious. Therefore, if Omicron affects people with serious diseases, the elderly or children and their condition is serious or the post Omicron effects are deep and harmful, then it can increase the risk of variants. In the cases of Omicron that are coming right now, it is being seen that in which age group these people are, whether they are with serious diseases or not, what are the symptoms seen in them. As soon as this disease reaches the comorbid people, its risk may increase. In such a situation, this situation is expected to become more clear in the next 15-20 days.

People aged 20-55 infected with Omicron
On the other hand, Dr. Suresh Kumar, Medical Director, Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Hospital, Delhi Government, told News18 Hindi that Omicron is a new variant, it is being said about its spread that it is the fastest as compared to all the variants so far. It spreads but it is dangerous, it has not come to the fore yet. The special thing that has been seen in 20 patients who came to Delhi is that all these patients are between the age of 20 to 55 years. These include neither a senior citizen nor a child yet. At the same time, no one is suffering from serious disease. In these, even after infection, there are very mild symptoms or not. All these are just Omicron positive.

Victims of serious diseases may be at risk
Dr. Sharma says that even in the second wave caused by the delta variant, it was seen that first its cases started coming, then as its scope increased, it became serious. Therefore, there is still a concern that patients with serious diseases should not come under the influence of this virus, because they do not get infected because the severity of the disease also increases when they get infected. For this, all people should follow all Kovid safe behavior and ethics along with correcting their food habits, controlling living and social interactions. So that you can be safe yourself and also save other people from this disease.

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