Covid-19: Is the Delta variant breaking the vaccine shield too?

Covid-19: Is the Delta variant breaking the vaccine shield too?
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After bravely combating the devastating second wave of Covid-19 earlier this year, India is finally seeing a drop in the daily active cases.

This is the picture emerging from across the states.

But the experts are now warning that the evidence shows that new variants could emerge that may have the potential to break the vaccine shield.

This comes ahead of the data that shows there is a possibility of Covid-19 cases increasing from the third week of October.

If experts are to be believed no new variants have been found recently. However, some of the major lineages in Karnataka continue to be AY.4 and AY.12 Delta variants.

India Thursday logged 18,833 new coronavirus infections cases in the last 24 hours. And the country’s total tally of COVID-19 cases stands at 3,38,71,881.

While COVID-19 has had extremely bad effects on people across the globe, a recent study indicated that heart trouble might be a long-term effect among patients who suffered from the disease.

WHO found out that there have been approximately 7,45,000 deaths alone from stroke and heart disease during the pandemic.

How it affects the heart in youngsters because they are facing changes in their heart rate, it is increasing and decreasing at different paces. Secondly, often many who have recovered from the disease face thrombosis. This occurs when blood clots block veins and arteries. Lastly, people suffer from complications because the virus has weakened the heart muscles.


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