China Corona Updates: ICUs are filling up, WHO is concerned about the rise in Covid cases in China

The World Health Organization (WHO) has kept a close watch on the increasing number of Corona cases in China.

ChinaDay by day in (China). CoronaThe World Health Organization (WHO) has kept a close eye on the increasing number of Corona cases. The ICUs are filling up in China, which has once again made the whole world anxious. The World Health Organization has collected information about China’s Covid situation and has instructed China to take necessary measures. China may be struggling to contain Covid-19 as the country experiences a huge spike in cases, a senior World Health Organization official has said.

A London-based global health intelligence and analysis firm said 13 to 21 lakh lives could be lost if the Chinese government scraps its zero-Covid-19 policy due to low vaccination and lack of booster doses and hybrid immunity.

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There are many reasons why the resurgent coronavirus epidemic in China is sounding the death knell. On one side, the negligence of the government is visible, on the other side, the negligence of the public is also visible.

Medical research has also shown that the Chinese vaccine is not that effective. The whole world is now once again looking towards China.

It is essential for the Chinese government to lift its zero-COVID policy and increase vaccinations to boost immunity among people. Vaccination is especially important for its elderly population.

So far three cases of Omicron subvariant BF.7 have been detected in India. PTI reported that two cases were detected in Gujarat and one was detected in Odisha. A new case was detected in the country at the time of the escalation of Covid-19 cases in China.

The Gujarat Biotechnology Research Center said that Omicron sub-strain BF.7 was discovered in Gujarat last October. Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya held a review meeting today and there has been no increase in covid cases in the country. But strict monitoring is needed to detect existing and future mutants, he said.

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