Fast-growing Covid Delta Plus variant cases in India
India has not yet recovered from the deadly epidemic of delta variant of Kovid 19 that on 11 June 2021, the delta variant of Kovid-19 has mutated in the state of Maharashtra as Delta plus variant which is also known as “AY.1”. Is known. The delta plus variant has a strong affinity for lung cells and infects much faster than the delta variant of COVID-19 and has the potential to cause a higher infection. In view of the aggressive infection rate of the Delta Plus variant, it has been declared as “a matter of concern for the country” by the Government of India.
In India, till date: 23-06-2021, a total of 40 cases of delta plus infection of Kovid-19 were found, which has increased to 58 on 28-06-2021. As of 23-06-201, Delta Plus infection was detected in eight Indian states of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Punjab, and Jammu and Kashmir, which are together with the said states as of 28-06-2021. Along with it spread to 4 other states of Orissa, Rajasthan, Gujarat, and Haryana. At present, till date 28-06-2021, Delta Plus infection has knocked in 12 states of India, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Madhya Pradesh, Kerala, Punjab, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, Orissa, Rajasthan, Jammu and Kashmir, Haryana, and Karnataka.
Till 23 June 2021, a total of 21 cases of Delta Plus infection were found in Maharashtra, which increased to 29 on 28-06-2021. Till 23 June 2021, a total of 06 cases of Delta Plus infection were found in Madhya Pradesh which increased to 07 on 28-06-2021. Till 23 June 2021, a total of 03 cases of Delta Plus infection was found in Tamil Nadu which has increased to 09 on 28-06-2021. Till 23 June 2021, only 01 cases of Delta Plus infection were found in Punjab, which has increased to 02 on 28-06-2021. To date 28-06-2021, 02 cases have been found in Gujarat, 01 cases in Orissa, 01 cases in Rajasthan, and 01 cases of delta plus infection in Haryana. Thus, the cases of delta plus infection have increased continuously in the states of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, and Punjab between 23-06-2021 to 28-06-2021, and four new states of Orissa, Rajasthan, Gujarat, and Haryana also have delta plus infection. cases have been found.
Thus it is self-evident that the cases of delta plus infection are increasing continuously in India, which has become a matter of concern for the Government of India. The maximum number of cases have been found in Maharashtra. Tamil Nadu and Madhya Pradesh have the highest number of cases of delta plus infection on the second and third numbers respectively. Continuous efforts are being made by the central government to deal with the delta plus infection and appropriate guidelines have also been given to the states.