Covit-19: Delta Subvert is highly contagious, according to British officials

British health officials on Friday said they had spread the Delta subservient to the United Kingdom, which appears to be highly contagious, but not very dangerous, and under surveillance, Covit-19 cases are on the rise.

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The ‘AY4.2’ variant accounted for 6% of total cases in the UK last week, the UK Healthcare Agency said in its weekly report, which classified it as a ‘variant under investigation’.

It therefore does not represent a “worrying variant”.

“Preliminary evidence shows that it has a higher transfer rate compared to the Delta,” the British Public Health Agency said.

“More evidence is needed to determine whether this is related to a change in the behavior of the virus or an infectious condition,” he added.

On the other hand, he stressed that this variant “does not appear to cause a more severe version of the disease or that the vaccines currently being distributed are less effective”.

This variation is worrying because the UK suffers from the worst pollution in the world.

After recording more than 50,000 cases on Thursday for the first time in three months, it recorded 49,298 cases and 180 deaths on Friday, bringing the total number of epidemics to 139,326 deaths in the country.

Despite increasingly urgent calls from the medical world, Prime Minister Boris Johnson is refusing to re-establish some restrictions, such as indoor masks, after the last restrictions were lifted in July.

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However, the head of government ruled on Friday that the “sensible” mask should be worn indoors, while recalling that the government’s priority was to get people over the age of 50 to receive the third dose, while the withdrawal campaign was sluggish.

The current wave is due to the lack of control by some scientists, the weakening of the immunity of the most vulnerable vaccine vaccinated very early in the United Kingdom and the poor vaccination of adolescents.

According to a recent weekly National Statistics Survey, the rates of infection in children in the UK are high, with almost 8% of high school students (aged 11-16) being affected by mid-October, and 3.8% of the population aged 2-11 against 1.79% of the total population.

It gives hope for a satisfaction during the school holidays next week.

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