Variants of corona can attack the body through a new route, warn scientists
Corona virus has started playing hide and seek game with humans. When scientists made a vaccine, it seems that the corona virus has changed form and started making a new strategy to attack the body.
Corona virus has started playing hide and seek game with humans. Scientists made a vaccine, so it seems that the corona virus has changed form and started making a new strategy to attack the body. A recent research has revealed that the vaccine has found new ways to enter the body to escape. Scientists even believe that it can infect cells by entering the body through other routes than the traditional routes of the first and second waves.
At the beginning of Covid 19, scientists had discovered how SARS-CoV-2 enters the body and infects. Corona's vaccine has also been prepared keeping this in mind. Now research from the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis has discovered that a single mutation can give SARS-CoV-2 the ability to enter the body through other pathways that do not require the ACE2 receptor. In this, he can also avoid the effects of antibodies and vaccines.
However, scientists doing research have not yet found evidence of its survival. This research by scientists has revealed that the corona virus can change its way to infect cells. The study is published in the journal Cell Reports.
Meanwhile, the WHO says that the delta form of Covid-19, found in at least 85 countries, is the most contagious of all the forms that have been reported so far. This variant is spreading rapidly among people who have not had the anti-Covid vaccine. Addressing a press conference in Geneva on Friday, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanam Ghebreyesus said that I know that right now there is a lot of concern about the delta nature around the world. Keep in mind that the Delta Plus variant of Corona was first found in India.