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British researchers: Hospitalization by omigron is less risky than delta

British researchers: Hospitalization by omigron is less risky than delta

However, scientists warn that Omigron could overload the British healthcare system.

London. The probability of the need to seek medical help after infection of the variance Omigron 15 to 20 percent less than the variation Delta.

They released the initial results of their latest study on Wednesday, according to British scientists at the University of the Imperial Imperial College in London.

“Estimates suggest that Omigron cases reduce the risk of hospitalization by an average of 15 to 20 percent, and that the risk of hospital admission is reduced by about 40 to 45 percent, leading to a hospital stay of one or more nights,” the researchers said in a statement. Document.

People already COVID-19 According to British experts, they will be hospitalized after suffering up to half of the new variant.

However, scientists warn that Omigron could overload the British Health System (NHS).

“Considering the high portability of the Omigron variant, health services are still likely to face patient attendance as new cases continue to increase at the rate seen in recent weeks,” said Neil Ferguson, director of the Global Analysis Center. For infectious diseases.

The aim of the latest study is to help refine mathematical models of potential health needs so that British authorities can better prepare for the wave caused by Omigron.

The United Kingdom said on Wednesday it had registered more than 100,000 new confirmed cases in 24 hours. This is the highest number since the outbreak began.

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