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Covid-19 Update: Corona explosion in China, danger of birth of many new dangerous variants



Paris. Corona exploded in China. Since he removed the restrictions of the Covid-19 directive, the infection has caused an outcry. Experts even say that due to the exemption granted in China regarding Corona, there is a risk that many other variants will arrive.
Significantly, China made a big decision about quarantining people. He said those entering the country after January 8 next year will not have to quarantine.

On the other hand, the National Health Commission of China has stopped publishing the number of patients with Covid on a daily basis. Officials estimate that thousands of people have been infected with Corona in many cities in recent weeks. The situation is such that there is no more room to set foot in the country’s hospitals and crematoriums. Experts say the corona virus now has the power to infect much of the world. It can also infect people whose immunity has waned due to previous infection and can also victimize people who have not been vaccinated.

China may become a breeding ground for the virus
Antoine Flaholt, director of the Institute of Global Health at the University of Geneva, told AFP that each new infection could create a new variant of Covid-19. Flaholt said 140 million people around the world suddenly fell victim to the SARS-CoV-2 virus. For this reason, there is a risk of new Corona variants being born. Bruno Lena, professor of virology at the University of Lyon in France, said China could become a breeding ground for the virus.

Special attention to passengers from China
Here, Dr. Soumya Swaminathan, who worked as a chief scientist at the WHO, says that many elderly people in China have not received the corona vaccine. For this reason, the situation has become dire in many places. He recently told the Indian Express newspaper that we need to keep a close eye on any new variants. In view of these cases, America, Italy, Japan, Malaysia and India had declared that they would exercise special surveillance on passengers arriving from China.

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