News Daily Digital Desk: The number of Corona (Covid 19) patients is increasing rapidly in the country, increasing the concern. What will return to the day of panic! Administration from health experts in thought. In August last year, the XBB sub-species of Corona was detected in India for the first time. Currently, the total number of infected with XBB.1.16 virus in the country is 76. As a result, health experts believe that the number of corona patients has increased by 281 percent in 14 days. According to the information of the Ministry of Health, the number of infected people in the country exceeded 800 on Saturday.
The XBB variant, a subspecies of the Omicron BA.2, is dubbed the ‘Super Variant’ by experts. According to recently published data by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 40 percent of recent corona infections in America are infected with the XBB strain of the Covid virus. Apart from America and India, the ‘Super Variant’ has been spotted in Brunei and Singapore. However, there are subtle differences between the Indian and American variants. Whether America’s XBB.1.5 and the Hadish Mela XBB.1.16 in this country are similarly infectious will be clear in the coming days.
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According to INSACOG, so far 76 samples have been tested for Corona subspecies XBB.1.16. Of these, 30 in Karnataka, 29 in Maharashtra, 7 in Pondicherry, 5 in Delhi, 2 in Telangana have been found to have the subspecies of Corona. Also Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Odisha have one case each of XBB.
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Symptoms commonly seen in people with XBB are fever, sore throat, runny nose, headache, body aches and fatigue. Along with stomach problems, some people are also experiencing respiratory problems. As a result, after 126 days, the number of infected in the country has crossed 800. Currently, the number of active cases in the entire country is 5,389.
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