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Second death due to Delta Plus variant in Maharashtra: Woman became infected even after taking both Doses of Vaccine
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Second death due to Delta Plus variant in Maharashtra: Woman became infected even after taking both Doses of Vaccine

The second case of death from the Delta Plus variant has been reported in Maharashtra. A 63-year-old woman died in Mumbai's Ghatkopar in July. After the report came, the Delta Plus variant has been confirmed in the woman. Earlier on June 13 in Ratnagiri, Maharashtra, an 80-year-old woman had also died due to this variant. The special thing is that the woman had taken both doses of the vaccine. Even after this, he had problems with lungs and breathing, after which he was put on oxygen at home. On 21 July her report came positive and on 24 July she was admitted to the hospital, where she died three days later. On August 11, the information about the Delta Plus variant in the woman was given to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation on behalf of the State Health Department. Also, read| Wh...
Coronavirus Reproduction Rate Increasing: Warns AIIMS and CSIR
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Coronavirus Reproduction Rate Increasing: Warns AIIMS and CSIR

For the fifth consecutive day in the country, more than 40 thousand cases of corona have been reported. Dr. Randeep Guleria, Director, AIIMS, New Delhi has said that the reproduction rate (R-value) of the coronavirus is increasing in the country which is a matter of concern. At the same time, CSIR Director-General Dr. Shekhar C Mande has said that the third wave of Corona will definitely come, it will be difficult to say how and when it will attack. Dr. Guleria told that earlier the R-value of the coronavirus was 0.99, which has now increased to one. There is a need to be cautious about the increase in the reproduction rate of the coronavirus. An increase in the R-value means that the rate of transmission of corona infection from person to person has increased. In such a situation, in...
The Study shows Who is at Higher Risk of Contracting the Delta Variant?
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The Study shows Who is at Higher Risk of Contracting the Delta Variant?

The delta variant of the coronavirus has been the dominant strain in many countries and is believed to be the driving force behind the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. The variant is increasing the number of cases in South Africa and the United Kingdom, thwarting the Boris Johnson government's plan to reopen the country. The Delta variant, which has further mutated to Delta Plus, has a 60% higher transmission rate than the original Alpha version. Which was first found in Kent, United Kingdom. Delta was first discovered in India. The estimates for the doubling rate (time taken for the number of infections to double) of infection for the Delta is also relatively high, with doubling time ranging from 4.5 days to 11.5 days. A detailed study conducted by Scottish researchers last month...