Once more, the Coronavirus infection in India has begun to spread, and the number of new cases of Covid-19 has increased over the past few days. Medical professionals are under more pressure due to the rising graph of Corona patients. On Tuesday, 699 new cases were reported nationwide in a 24-hour period, compared to 918 infections on Monday (21 March). On March 19, 1071 cases were recorded concurrently across the nation. The rise in new cases is thought to be caused by Omicron novel variation XBB.1.16 (Omicron XBB.1.16).
What state has had the most XBB.1.16 cases?
The newest Omicron variety, XBB.1.16, is thought to be the most contagious. The state of Karnataka has reported the most cases of this variety thus far, with 30 patients infected. 29 instances have been reported in Maharashtra during the same period, along with 7 in Puducherry, 5 in Delhi, 2 in Telangana, 1 in Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, and 1 in Odisha. In light of this, new cases are having their genomes sequenced in order to identify any variations.
How hazardous is the variant XBB.1.16
The Omicron sub-variant of the Coronavirus, known as XBB.1.16, is expanding quickly. It is perceived as a danger as a result. According to experts, it is created by mutating from old Omicron variations and is cunning in avoiding immunity. The doctor has reportedly stated that genome sequencing has shown that XBB.1.16 (XBB.1.16) contains several more spike mutations, according to Money Control’s report.
According to the study,
medical professionals claim that people infected with the Omicron XBB.1.16 variant have not yet displayed any major symptoms. Sore throat, headache, and nasal congestion are some of its typical signs. In addition to this, there may be a three- to four-day fever and muscle discomfort issue. According to doctors, you should seek immediate medical attention if you have any of these symptoms.
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