WHO Addresses Global Rise Of Covid Cases

WHO Addresses Global Rise Of Covid Cases

It’s been already revealed that the covid cases are surging all over the world. WHO has something to say about this and you can find out the latest reports below.

The press agency Reuters notes that figures showing a global rise in covid cases could herald a much bigger problem as some countries also report a drop in testing rates. This is what the WHO said on Tuesday, warning nations to remain vigilant against the virus.

News about unidentified covid variant 

The other day, we were revealing news about an unidentified covid variant. 

Most people believe that the coronavirus pandemic is over, but it seems that we might have a bit more to go before we can call it quits. It’s been just revealed that there is a new variant in town, according to the latest reports. Check out the latest news about this.

It’s been revealed that two Israelis who returned to Israel from abroad were found to be carrying a combination of omicron and the infectious BA.2 variant of coronavirus, which has not been sequenced elsewhere in the world.

It’s also important to note the fact that the two patients tested positive after undergoing a PCR test upon landing at Ben-Gurion International airport, and their samples were sequenced in Israel.

Light symptoms of the new variant 

According to the Health Ministry, the patients had only weak symptoms, including fever, headaches, and muscle aches, and did not require specialized medical care.

Israel’s covid czar, Prof. Salman Zarka, told Army Radio that the patients are a couple in their 30s who contracted the virus from their infant son.

He said that two viruses linking up, especially when both are contracted, is a common phenomenon.

He explained that this occurs when there are two viruses in the same cell. Check out our previous article in order to learn more available details about this. 

Rada Mateescu

Passionate about subjects from the science and health-related areas, Rada has been blogging for about ten years and at Health Thoroughfare, she's covering the latest news on these niches.

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