British affairs suggest that the government take drastic measures to curb the rise of the Omigron corona virus infection, thus preventing a new wave of hospital admissions and deaths.
According to British health officials, the Omigron delta is spreading faster than the variant and is likely to become the dominant corona virus variant in the UK in a few days.
Concerns about the new option have prompted the government to reintroduce some measures, such as wearing curtains in most interiors. However, according to many scientists, this is not enough.
The reason for the big wave
A study by researchers at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, published on Saturday, suggests that the Omigron variant could cause large-scale infections by January.
If no further action is taken, 25,000 to 75,000 people will die in the UK in the next five months. Under the most pessimistic scenario, it predicts that half a million people will be hospitalized by the end of April, a daily increase in hospital admissions, more than double the January 2021 peak.
Vague reactions with the vaccine
The number of infections depends on the extent to which variations from the vaccine escape protection and how effective the booster doses of the vaccine are. So far, neither is clear.
According to researchers in South Africa, where this variant was found, initial reports suggest it may be less severe than the Delta variant, but it is too late to confirm.
They do not consider strict restrictions
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government says it has not considered strict restrictions. However, Booster plans to vaccinate everyone over the age of 18 by the end of January.
The UK Public Health Service (UKHSA) said on Friday that the estrogenogen and Pfizer’s corona virus vaccines appear to be less effective in preventing symptomatic infections in people exposed to omigran. However, initial data show that after the third dose, efficacy increases by 70 to 75 percent.
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