US CDC classifies delta covid variant as ‘anxiety type’

US CDC classifies delta covid variant as ‘anxiety type’

WASHINGTON: The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has classified Delta, a highly transmissible COVID-19 variant first identified in India, as a “type of concern”. “b.1.1.7 (alpha), b.1.351 (beta), p.1 (gamma), b.1.427 (epsilon), b.1.429 (epsilon), and b.1 The .617.2 (delta) variant circulating is classified as “Variants of Concern in the United States,” the CDC said in a statement Tuesday. To date, no variant of the high outcome has been identified in the United States.”
The increase in the delta variant, the CDC said, reflects a potential decrease in neutralization by some monoclonal antibody treatments under emergency authorization and a potential decrease in neutralization from sera after vaccination in laboratory tests.
The type of concern designation is given to strains of the virus, which scientists believe are more contagious or can cause more severe disease. Vaccines, treatments, and tests that detect the virus may also be less effective against a type of anxiety.
Previously, the CDC considered the delta version a variant of interest.
The World Health Organization on 10 May classified the delta variant as a type of concern.
The CDC estimates that it accounted for 9.9 percent of cases in the US as of June 5.
As of June 13, it accounted for 10.3 percent of cases, according to the website, which tracks different forms. A CNN report warns that within a month the delta variant could be a major strain in the US.
US President Joe Biden and his chief adviser Dr Anthony Fauci warned last week that the highly contagious delta version of the novel coronavirus, now the dominant strain in the United Kingdom, is rapidly spreading among young people between the ages of 12 and 20. is.
COVID-19 cases in the United States have been declining over the past few months, but there is a concern that may change as vaccinations slow down and the delta variant spreads.
The US, the country most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, has 33,498,155 confirmed cases and 600,649 deaths so far.

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