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New variant FOUND after delta and omicron: Researchers said!

The new variant of COVID 19, Omicron that was found in South Africa results more powerful and dangerous than Coronavirus. The cases are found in India and many parts of the world.

It was reported that Cyprus discovered a Coronavirus strain that is a combination of the Delta and Omicron variants on Saturday. Due to the Delta variant DNA containing elements of Omicron, Leondios Kostrikis, a biology professor at the University of Cyprus dubbed it “Deltacron”. As per the latest news, it was found that 25 people have been infected with this mutation.

In addition, it was found that the combination of Delta and Omicron variations may place a future load on the healthcare system. “We’ll see if this is more pathogenic or communicable in the future, or if it will triumph over the two prevalent strains, Delta, and Omicron”, said Kostrikis. 

The complaint was forwarded to Global Science initiative and primary source by the researchers, an international database that tracks viruses. The more dangerous and fearful form of Covid 19’s new variant Omicron is spreading rapidly and infecting a large number of people around the world. More than 6,00,000 covid cases are found every day in the United States on a seven-day average.

The health system in the country has been severely strained as a result of this. Employee infection has harmed public services such as the police fire department and bus drivers. 


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