While the COVID-19 virus is causing major problems all over the world, the rapid spread of the Delta variant continues. The World Health Organization shared data from its new study on the Delta variant.
As the rapid rise of the delta variant continues, information has been shared about the world health organization’s new unpublished study. While the study was conducted in China and Canada, people who came into contact with people with Delta variants were examined.
The Canadian study found that the health risk that delta variants can pose in humans rises against other variants. At the same time, the delta variant caused a 120% increase in hospitalization, a 287% increase in intensive care needs, and a 137% increase in the risk of death.
In the Chinese study, cases that were positive after 6 days in previous variants began to appear positive after an average of 4 days in the Delta variant. While patients saw a 1,200%-fold increase in COVID-19 density, the WHO said the results of the new study proved that the rate and contagion of copying were much higher in the early stages of the Delta variant.
The Delta variant, which spreads rapidly to other countries and is seen in 124 countries, is predominantly identified, while the symptoms described by the Zoe Covid Symptom Group manifest themselves as runny nose, sore throat, and headache. In young people, it is seen as severe cold.