The Delta variant continues to spread around the world … It has created a chain and infected dozens of people!

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The Delta variant continues to scare the world, spreading to over 80 countries.

It has been reported that cases of the Delta (India) variant have increased in the new type of coronavirus outbreak (Kovid-19) in France. The World Health Organization also reported that the “Delta” variant of the new type of coronavirus, which was first seen in India, has been detected in 14 countries in Africa. The Prime Minister of the Australian State of New South Wales, Gladys Berejiklian, reported that Sydney was going through one of the “worst” periods of the coronavirus epidemic, with too many people infected with the “Delta” variant seen for the first time in India.

In his statement after the Council of Ministers meeting, French government spokesman Gabriel Attal said the incidence of the Delta variant in France has increased rapidly compared to last week, reaching 9-10%.

Attal specifies that this rate is between 12 and 13% in Ile-de-France, where the capital Paris is located.

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According to data from the French Public Health Agency yesterday, the number of deaths in the epidemic rose to 110 thousand 891.

The number of people detected with the virus increased from 2 thousand 320 to 5 million 762 thousand 322.

French Minister of Health Olivier Veran announced last week that the rate of the Delta variant is between 2 and 4%.

The Delta variant, first seen in India and described as “worrying” by the World Health Organization, is expected to soon become the dominant type around the world due to its high contagiousness.

WHO: IT SPREADS FAST IN AFRICA

In the statement made on the Twitter account of the WHO Regional Office for Africa, it was noted that the Kovid-19 epidemic has spread rapidly across the continent.

In the statement, “The ‘Delta’ variant of Kovid-19 has been detected in 14 countries, including the Democratic Republic of the Congo.” expression was used.

WHO noted that the number of cases in Africa was increasing by 20 percent per week.

Zambia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Namibia and Uganda were listed as the countries with the highest number of cases.

The Delta variant continues to spread around the world ... It has created a chain and infected dozens of people.

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As the number of Kovid-19 cases in Africa approaches 5 million 300, the number of people who have died from the virus on the continent has exceeded 138,000.

DELTA VARIANT CONTINUES TO SPREAD IN AUSTRALIA

The Prime Minister of the Australian State of New South Wales, Gladys Berejiklian, reported that Sydney was going through one of the “worst” periods of the coronavirus epidemic, with too many people infected with the “Delta” variant seen for the first time in India.

In a statement to reporters, Berejiklian said New South Wales and its capital, Sydney, are experiencing the “most terrible” period since the start of the Kovid-19 epidemic, and that a large number of people are infected with the Delta variant.

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Noting that the delta variant is highly contagious, Berejiklian said they were confident the current restrictions were sufficient.

CHAIN ​​OF EPIDEMIC CAUSED BY INFECTED AIRPORT DRIVER 36 PEOPLE

New South Wales State Police Chief Gary Worboys said in his statement the epidemic chain was caused by a driver carrying foreign crew to Sydney Airport, who tested positive the last week, and shared the information that the epidemic chain caused by the driver has infected people.

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Worboys said the driver was not vaccinated and was not wearing a mask, so he and his employer could face various charges.

The Delta variant continues to spread around the world ... It has created a chain and infected dozens of people.

Although it has been said that other states in Australia are closing their borders to passengers coming from any part of New South Wales, especially Sydney, it has been reported that New Zealand has stopped traveling without quarantine from NSW for at least 3 days.

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WHO SAID “INCREDIBLE”

The variants of Covid-19 create new challenges and uncertainties in the fight against the epidemic and affect the ease of spread of the virus, the picture of the disease, the level of immunity of vaccines and the success of diagnostic measures, of treatment and prevention.

WHO has defined 4 of the Kovid-19 mutations that have so far appeared to be “worrisome” and 8 as “to watch” variants. The organization describes the Alpha variant first seen in the UK, the Beta in South Africa, the Gamma seen in Brazil and the Delta variant seen in India, the “Alarming Variant”.

According to the WHO, the highly contagious Delta variant is expected to become the dominant type in the world in the near future.

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