INSACOG says No Clear Evidence on Omicron Transmissibility Immune Evasion Severity in India

New Delhi: in India Coronavirus The cases of new variants of Omicron are increasing rapidly. So far 161 people have been found infected with Omicron in India. At this time there is an atmosphere of panic in the whole country regarding Omicron cases in India. Meanwhile, the Indian SARS-CoV-2 Genomics Organization (INSACOG) has Omicron covid A big deal has been said about the infection rate and severity. In its latest bulletin, INSACOG has said that in India Infectivity of OmicronNo clear evidence has yet been found on its ability to suppress immunity or cause serious disease. INSACOG is a consortium of 28 laboratories set up under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare to monitor genomic variations in the coronavirus.

The bulletin said that public health measures are being taken to test this new type of corona virus. Insacog said, ‘Currently there is no clear evidence about the infectiousness, ability to overcome immunity or cause serious disease of this form of virus in India.’ Earlier it was said in the bulletin that the new type of virus is very worrying and it is spreading rapidly in different countries of the world.

The organization also said that this variant was first seen in South Africa where the cases of corona are still increasing. The organization said that there is not enough data available to know what effect this variant has on the immune system of fully vaccinated and unvaccinated people. Insacog said that it will take some more time to fully recover its nature.

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Omicron cases are increasing rapidly
Insacog said in the bulletin that the delta variant of Kovid is now the biggest concern for the whole world, but the cases of Omicron are increasing rapidly. Omicron’s cases have also increased in India. On Monday, 4 new cases of new variants of Kovid were reported in Delhi (Omicron cases in Delhi), after which the number of people infected with it reached 28 in the national capital.

Maharashtra has the highest number of Omicron cases in the country where a total of 54 have been found infected so far. Apart from this, 20 in Telangana, 17 in Rajasthan, 14 in Karnataka, 9 in Gujarat, 15 in Kerala, two in Uttar Pradesh while one person each in Andhra Pradesh, Chandigarh, West Bengal and Tamil Nadu has been found infected with Omicron.

The Indian SARS-CoV-2 Genomics Consortium has said in its bulletin that the infectivity of the Omicron variant in India and how it affects the immune system is not yet clear, but this variant is spreading rapidly across the world. .

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