Amicron is no more deadly than the Delta: the idea is WHO

The symptoms of a person infected with the ammonia type of coronavirus are of a ‘very mild’ nature and so far there has been no sign of an increase in the death rate of Covid-19 anywhere in Africa. News from

The World Health Organization (WHO) and corona epidemiologists are becoming more and more confident about such an idea. There is also some relief in the panic surrounding this new type of corona around the world.

The World Health Organization (WHO) on Thursday morning called on countries around the world to lift travel bans. He also advised not to panic.

The WHO says countries need to be cautiously optimistic instead of imposing travel restrictions and spreading panic. As more and more news is being gathered from South Africa, there is an indication that the new type of corona, Amicron, is no more deadly than the previous dangerous Delta type.
There were no immediate reports of injuries or deaths at the hospital.

Symptoms such as severe headaches, nausea, dizziness and high pulse rate are rare in most patients with this condition, according to data from various hospitals and medical staff in South Africa.

Amicron was first identified in South Africa. Since then, the virus has spread rapidly to at least 25 countries. As a result, there has been panic all over the world. Meanwhile, the World Health Organization has issued a worldwide warning about the type.

The agency also called on the world to take the necessary precautions to prevent the spread of the infection.
When that happens, trade and commerce around the world are about to take another turn. Various countries have already taken various measures to prevent the infection, including travel bans, border closures, surveillance of passengers arriving at airports, and additional corona tests. The United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Japan, Germany, Italy, Czech Republic, Israel are some of these countries. The European Union (EU) has taken similar steps.

Angelique Quetzi, head of the Medical Association of South Africa, said the response from countries was “medically appropriate” but not “reasonable.”

In South Africa, hundreds of patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis reported nausea, headache, fatigue and high pulse rate. However, virtually no one reported loss of taste or smell. These were the two most common symptoms in patients with most types of covid.

According to Al-Jazeera, South Africa has entered the fourth wave of the Corona epidemic through amicron-type infections; However, the country’s health minister Joe Fahla said the hospitals were not yet under pressure.

In a news briefing on Friday, Joe Fahla said seven such new entities had been found in South Africa’s nine provinces. Hopefully, this type will not take the lives of too many people. He urged the people to take two doses of the vaccine. He said that this is the best protection against amicron.