World Health Organization warns of increased incidence of Omicron and Delta strains




The World Health Organization (WHO) warned yesterday (Wednesday, Dec 29) about the impact of the rising tsunami on Omicron and Delta strains on health systems. Adrianum Gabrisus, head of the Health Organization, said: I’m deeply concerned that the spread of the omicron strain will cause a tsunami of daily illnesses. This puts a lot of pressure on the world’s healthcare systems and pushes them to the brink of collapse;


He also warned that the Delta and Omicron changes are immediate threats that increase the number of new infections and lead to a sharp increase in hospitalization and mortality. The head of the international organization stressed that new strains might conflict with our strategies and become fully resistant to current vaccines or past infections as the disease progresses.


The World Health Organization (WHO) had hoped that 40 percent of the world’s population would be vaccinated by the end of the year and 70 percent by mid-2022. Still, Gabrisos explained that 92 of the organization’s 194 members would not reach 40 percent by the end of the year. Restrictions and delays in sending vaccines to low-income countries.


A new strain of the coronavirus was first identified in South Africa and countries in southern Africa. The World Health Organization (WHO) emphasizes that the analysis shows that changes in the micronutrient reduce the activity of antibodies that neutralize the body and thus the body’s natural immunity.