Monday 29 November 2021
Books – Syed Metwally
We are all looking forward to knowing what is happening every minute, in light of the tremendous development that “Covid-19” has brought into our lives.
“Masrawy” provides a daily service to display everything you want to know about the developments of the emerging corona virus, from the emergence of new symptoms or the occurrence of a different mutation, as well as the development of vaccines and medicines in brief.
WHO warns of Omicron
The World Health Organization has warned of an increase in infections with Covid-19, depending on the characteristics of “Omicron”, which will have serious consequences, noting that the assessment of the overall global risk due to the mutate is “extremely high”.
“Omicron has an unprecedented number of increased mutations, some of which are of concern regarding the potential impact on the course of the pandemic,” the organization said in a statement today, Monday, noting that the overall global risk assessment for Omicron is “extremely high” and that the possibility of further spread of the Omicron strain at the global level is high. The organization called on its 194 member states to expedite the vaccination of priority groups with Covid-19 vaccines, but it suggested that those vaccinated with Corona vaccines would be infected with the new mutation, “if in a limited proportion”, according to Russia Today.
A Russian virologist talks about ways to stop the outbreak of the “Omicron” strain
Sergey Netiosov, an academic and head of the Laboratory for Nanobiology and Virology Technologies at Russias Novosibirsk University, spoke about what could help stop the outbreak of the Omicron strain of coronavirus.
And the newspaper “Izvestia” quoted Netiosov as saying: “Those who have recently received a vaccine against the Corona virus are able to resist the new strain, but even those need to wear masks, as an additional protection against the “Omicron” mutant, according to Russia Today.
According to the academic, vaccines against the Corona virus and masks are the best ways to protect the human body, and Netiosov indicated that many people in the world have weak immunity and new strains can appear in their bodies, and these are exposed to dangerous paths of disease, and they can transmit the coronavirus to others. Super fast.
A virologist explains the possible link between the “Omicron” mutant and AIDS
The Russian academic and head of the Cell Laboratory at the Russian “Inglegard” Institute of Microbiology, Pyotr Chumakov, hypothesized that there is a relationship between “AIDS” and the emergence of the “Omicron” strain in South Africa.
He did not rule out the possibility that the new strain “Omicron” of the Corona virus would arise in a person with “AIDS”, as new mutations often appear in these patients, and he explained that the human body with weak immunity is a “sink” in which viruses mutate, and then transmitted This person is a mutated strain to others, according to Russia Today.