Covid 19 Third Wave: The Corona Virus virus, which has been spreading around the world since last year, has spread everywhere. The third wave of the corona is also drawn over the head.
London, June 20: The corona virus, which has been spreading around the world since last year, has spread everywhere. On the one hand, while facing the waves of the corona, a shocking information is emerging. The third wave of the corona is also drawn over the head. Experts say a third wave of corona has begun in Britain. Due to the Delta variant, Britain is currently facing a third wave arrives in the UK, an expert said. The expert had advised the government on the vaccination schedule.
As of today, Adam Finn, an associate professor at the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunization (JCVI), told the BBC that there was a competition between the vaccination and the Delta variant. The Delta variant was first discovered in India. Professor Finn added that the Delta variant is moving upwards. But we can be optimistic that it is not going too fast. But still it is going upwards. So this is definitely the third wave of the corona. We can conclude that there is a strong competition between the vaccine and the Delta variant, he said.
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Finn was then asked if he thought vaccination in Britain could overtake the Delta variant at current rates. To which he replied, No, I cannot say for sure. The number is steadily rising, according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS). However, this growth is not as fast as I expected.
This competition has started. “As soon as we can give a second dose of the vaccine to citizens, especially the elderly, vaccinating as soon as possible can stop the number of hospital admissions,” said Professor Finn.
According to figures released by ONS, one in every 540 people is infected with the Delta variant. This variant is spreading very fast in London. According to the latest figures from Public Health England (PHE), a single dose of the vaccine reduces the risk of coronary heart disease and reduces the need for hospital treatment by about 75 per cent.