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In America, there is a big jump in the cases of infection due to the delta variant (Coronavirus in America). The most important thing is that it is spreading rapidly among innocent children.
New Delhi. In the midst of the third wave of the epidemic corona virus, cases of Kovid-19 are increasing rapidly in many countries. The delta variant of the corona virus is the most contagious of all strains. In America too, a big jump is being seen in the cases of infection due to the delta variant (Coronavirus in America). The most important thing is that it is spreading rapidly among innocent children. The number of children infected in hospitals is continuously increasing. Doctors and administration are very worried seeing the increasing cases of corona.
Rapidly spreading delta variant
Experts say that due to the delta variant in America, there has been a rapid increase in infected cases. It is infecting children much more than Alpha Stan. There is talk of inviting children to school this month. Meanwhile, parents are very worried about children getting infected. Because the children have not gone to school for the last several months. If you go to school, this risk will increase even more.
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biggest impact on children
According to a report, Dr. James Versalovic says that this may prove to be the most dangerous wave of corona virus. Due to the delta variant, there is a huge increase in infected patients. Its greatest effect is being seen in children. He said that the delta variant has been found in more than 90 percent of the children infected with corona.
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Record children admitted to hospitals
America is grappling with the problem of lack of vaccinations. Vaccines are yet to be found in many parts. Areas with fewer vaccinations are seeing a spurt in hospitalizations of children infected with the virus. According to the analysis, Florida holds the record for hospitalization of children for eight consecutive days. There is no vaccine yet for children under the age of 12. The vaccine is being administered to children 12 years of age or older.