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The delta variant is scary but can be controlled, experts say

The delta variant is scary but can be controlled, experts say

Vaccine advancement around the world focuses on the delta variant of Govit-19, which is more difficult to control and more contagious than the standard version of the disease. Despite this, current vaccines are capable of combating the strain. Information from a special report from BuzzFeed News.

The delta variation led to a change in guidelines in many places around the world, including the United States, where it was found that people could still transmit the strain due to its high level of infection, even when vaccinated. The use of masks that were once rejected in most parts of the country has again been made mandatory indoors in some states.

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Delta variation is controlled

Data show that about 99% of new deaths from Covit-19 in the United States are from unvaccinated people. The states with the highest number of cases have the lowest immunization rates. President Joe Biden even called it “the epidemic of those who have not been vaccinated.”

However, according to experts, the latest wave in Europe probably shows that the strain is not “uncontrollable force”. Vaccination and isolation strategies can prevent a dramatic increase in Covit-19 cases by delta variation.

According to experts, the strong wave of Kovit-19 in India driven by the delta variant is currently incomparable in the US and Europe. This is because only a small portion of the population in the Asian country is vaccinated. Moreover, the Indian health system was unable to meet the requirement.

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Experts also cite the UK. Most of the victims of the disorder are young and not seriously ill. This, coupled with the rapid improvement of the vaccine in the UK in recent months, has resulted in hospitalized peaks being much smaller than those that occurred in January, with the height and alpha variation of the infection. Currently, only about 90 people die from the disease each day in the whole of Great Britain, with more than 1,200 at the peak.

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Since then, there has been a major liberalization of preventive measures in the UK, and although officials have predicted that cases will increase, they have followed the same path.

The Netherlands is another European country with a clear rise and fall in cases. About 10 days after the Dutch government lifted almost all restrictions, cases began to escalate. A few days later, authorities resumed operations to control the movement. The delta variation reached its peak and the cases were confirmed a few days later.

“The UK and the Netherlands should be advisers against frustration,” explained Phil Hanke, epidemiologist at Harvard DH Chan Public Health. “We don’t need to be dangerous about the delta type.”

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