The outbreak of the fourth wave of covid-19 delta variant is visible in the Middle East: WHO


Vaccination is being considered as an effective option to avoid the havoc of corona virus around the world. The World Health Organization (WHO) said the delta variant may have increased the coronavirus outbreak triggering a “fourth wave” in the Middle East, where vaccination rates are low.


In a statement on Thursday, the global health body said: “The prevalence of the delta variant is fueling an increase in COVID-19 cases and a rising number of deaths among countries in the WHO’s eastern Mediterranean region. It is in 15 of 22 countries in the region.” 


It further added, “The delta variant is becoming the dominant strain of the virus in many of these countries, with infection being reported mostly in people who have not yet been vaccinated. This original virus and other known causes of concern” more transmitted than forms.”


“The rapid spread of the delta variant in the eastern Mediterranean region and all other WHO regions is a major cause for concern. The number of new cases and deaths has increased in recent weeks. Most of the new cases and hospitalized patients are people without vaccination. In such a situation, now Dr. Ahmed Al-Mandhari, WHO Regional Director for the Eastern Mediterranean, said, “Our whole is that the region is in the fourth wave of Corona.”

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