Discussions have started on two different variants of the corona, the Delta and the Lambda. Scientists are researching which of these variants is more dangerous.
New Delhi, July 11: The second wave of corona (Second wave) Although the eruption is now subsiding, the tide has not yet receded. Corona patients are still found in many states of the country, while in some states, the number is five. Delta in such a situation (Delta) And lambda (Lambda) Discussions have begun on two different variants of this corona. Which of these variants is more dangerous? (More dangerous) Yes, scientists are researching this.
The director of the Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences, Dr. S. K. According to Sareen, some cases of delta virus have been detected in India and some of the patients are in critical condition. However, there is no case of Lambda virus in India. This does not mean that the virus will not enter India in the future, he said.
Recent research has shown that the new Delta variant of the Corona is more capable of spreading and infecting faster. Sareen has said. However, he said the Lambda virus is more likely to be serious. No data is available as the Lambda virus is not currently available in India. Scientists are doing research on it and some details will be available soon, he said.
Anxiety due to tourism
Tourism is currently the biggest concern in the country. Sareen has said. Especially tourists from different parts of the country come together at tourist destinations and from there go back to their respective villages. In such a place, the virus is likely to enter the body of a citizen from one part of the country and enter the body of a citizen from another part. Then a new patient is born and the virus is transmitted to others, he said. Sareen says.
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Policy Commission’s focus on Lambda
“We are keeping an eye on the Lambda virus,” he said. V. K. Paul has said. Although Lambda is not currently in India, research is underway on its symptoms and all precautions are being taken. Paul has said.