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Can BQ1 destroy immune defenses? The World Health Organization shares the concern

Geneva: The World Health Organization has shared the concern that the new COVID variant called BQ1 may destroy the world’s immune system. However, the World Health Organization’s special envoy, Dr. David Nabarro, has stated that there is no cause for concern. If the number of infected people grows, we will need to use face masks, keep a safe distance, and avoid crowded places.

According to Dr. David Nabarro, new COVID variants are forming at a rapid pace. However, it is not expected that the disease will worsen. Since late October, the virus has been reported in 65 countries. The number is growing. The dangerous virus is still active. The World Health Organization, however, has not classified the variant as a concerning variant, he revealed. Whether a variant poses a problem is determined on the basis of human susceptibility.

Re-infection is serious for both those who have been vaccinated and those who have had the disease before. This means that the variant is able to break down the immune system. The reality is that as long as these viruses are circulating around us, there is danger. said Nabarro.

The World Health Organization is now focusing on long COVID, not COVID. Long COVID is thought to affect one out of every twenty people. Nabarro said that there are young people and children in it. As a result, people are advised to be more cautious.

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