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6/25/21

In Madhya Pradesh, 7 cases of this variant of Corona came up, death of two patients; 40 cases nationwide





Delta Plus increased risk:
 




Patients who died did not receive the corona vaccine



Concerns are growing about a new variant of the Corona virus, Delta Plus. According to a report, 7 cases of this variant have been reported in Madhya Pradesh alone. 2 of these patients have died. Doctors say the dead patients did not get the vaccine. Whereas, three patients receiving one or two doses of the vaccine have recovered or are in home isolation.

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The other two patients also did not take the vaccine, but they have beaten the Delta variant. One of them is a 22-year-old girl and a 2-year-old child. Among the patients infected with Delta Plus variant are 3 from Bhopal, two from Ujjain and one each from Raisen and Ashoknagar districts.

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Warning about
Delta Plus variant in India Experts in 3 states believe that Delta Plus variant could cause a third wave of Corona in India. With this in mind, the government has also instructed Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Kerala to be ready two days ago. So far 40 cases of Delta Plus variant have been reported in India.

What is the Delta-Plus variant?
The double mutant strain B.1.617.2 of the Corona virus found in India by the World Health Organization has been named Delta. Another mutation in B.1.617.2 is K417N, which was previously seen in beta and gamma variants of Corona virus. The variant formed after the new mutation is called Delta + variant or AY.1 or B.1.617.2.1.

Experts believe that the Delta Plus variant could cause a third wave of corona in India.

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This variant with the K417N mutation is more contagious than the original virus. Vaccines and drugs can weaken the effect. Indeed, the delta variant (B.1.617.2) has just come out of the B.1.617 lineage. There are two more variants - B.1.617.1 and B.1.617.3, in which B.1.617.1 is listed by the WHO as a variant of interest (VOI) and named Kappa.



Another wave caused by
Delta variant India has recently faced another dangerous wave due to Delta variant. Cases are declining, but it could take another week of July to reach February levels. Delta variants were found in 33% of the 21,000 samples collected by the end of May 2014. This variant is very different from the strain against which pharma companies have developed existing vaccines.

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Tests in the UK, South Africa and Brazil have shown that the vaccine is effective, but when tested against variants such as Delta, they have only been able to produce a few antibodies. Worryingly, some new variants of the Delta variant have come up. It has emerged as a dominant variant in many countries, including India. Going forward, it could be a challenge in terms of epidemics in India.

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How effective is the vaccine against the new variant?
In India, ICMR-NIV (National Institute of Virology) and CSIR-CCMB (Center for Cellular and Molecular Biology, Hyderabad) conducted a study. It attempts to see the effect of Covishield and Covacin against the Delta variant. The results show that antibodies are being made against the variant, but they are inferior to the antibodies produced compared to the original Corona virus.

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Experts say antibody levels are never the only marker for immunity. There is also much evidence that the virus is spreading faster than the Delta Plus variant. Because of this, the WHO does not currently list it as a Variant of Concern (VOC).



Of the 36 Delta-Plus patients found in England, 18 have not been vaccinated. Only two people took both doses of the vaccine. No deaths have been reported in 36 cases so far. Similarly in the Delta Plus case there were only two 60+. That is, most cases are under 60 years of age.

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