September 19, 2021

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Govt-19: Indian variant may increase hospitalization risks

Govt – Public Health UK has analyzed more than 38,000 cases of the virus, suggesting that the Indian variant (delta) may be at risk of hospitalization twice as much as the English variant (alpha).

A new wave of epidemic is feared in the UK. Pollution, which had been declining for several weeks, has jumped again. Nearly 75% of the new cases are from the Indian variant. A statement from Public Health UK The number of cases of this variation has dropped to 12,431 in the UK this week from 6,959 last week, Delta says. Defender.

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Indian variant: 2.61 Higher risk of hospital admission than English variant

The same report concludes that the Indian variant is linked to the risk of hospitalization, compared to the English variant that kills 1,296 people daily in the United Kingdom. In fact, analysis of 38,805 shots of the virus revealed that the Indian variant was associated with a 2.61 higher risk of hospitalization within 14 days from the date of the sample than its English number. These statistics take into account factors such as age, gender, race, area of ​​residence and immunization status.

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“Although only a small number of cases end up in the hospital, the rate is twice as high for delta cases than for alpha cases in the UK and Scotland.”Said Adam Finn, a professor at the University of Bristol and a member of the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunization. “The number of cases is still low, but if this trend continues and the number of cases continues to increase rapidly, this will mean that more people will be severely affected as this variant will continue to change the alpha variant.”, He added.

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Victims are more likely to be admitted to hospital– Danny Altman, Professor, Imperial College London

With this new data, the concerns on the part of British scientists are real. “We know that the Indian variant is more pervasive than the English variant, and it soon became a dominant strain.”, Danny Altman, a professor at Imperial College London, responded. “We know it has a profound immune breakdown, and it poses an increasing threat, especially to anyone who has not yet received any vaccine or dose. We will now add another concern to this, as victims may be more likely to be hospitalized.”, Did he announce?

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