WHO Officials Are Analyzing Why The Delta Covid Variant Is So Dangerous

WHO Officials Are Analyzing Why The Delta Covid Variant Is So Dangerous
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The Delta variant of the novel coronavirus has been making headlines all over the place these days. 

Delta is coronavirus on steroids 

The Delta Covid variant is ruling all the other strains across the globe these days. It’s been already revealed that the Delta variant is the most dangerous one so far, according to more expert opinions across the globe. 

This highly transmissible Delta variant of the coronavirus which is causing the disease Covid 19 is now lingering in 124 countries, and it will soon become the dominant strain globally in the upcoming months.

WHO officials analyze Delta 

It’s been just revealed by CNBC that the World Health Organization officials said they are still trying to understand why the delta variant is more transmissible and potentially makes people sicker than the original coronavirus strain.

“We’re really trying to get a better handle on why the delta variant is more transmissible.”

This is what Dr. Maria Van Kerkhove, WHO’S the technical lead on Covid-19, said at a press briefing Friday.

Here’s what she continued:

“There are certain mutations in the delta variant that, for example, allow the virus to adhere to a cell more easily. There is some laboratory studies that suggest that there’s increased replication in some of the modeled human airway systems.”

We recommend that you check out the complete article in order to learn more official details about all this. 

Anthony Fauci reveals unsettling news 

It’s been just revealed that dr Anthony Fauci released pretty unsettling news about the coronavirus pandemic.

Yahoo News notes that Fauci believes that lockdowns the country saw last year are not likely to return, but he warned “things will get worse” during an interview on ABC’s “This Week.”


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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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