WorldOmicron gets relief news, 80 percent less dangerous variants than Delta

Omicron gets relief news, 80 percent less dangerous variants than Delta


  • Relieving suggestion given in new research papers regarding Omicron variants
  • The Omicron variant is 80 percent less dangerous than the Delta variant
  • Expert said – Omicron has less risk of hospitalization than Delta

The new variant of the corona virus, Omicron, has once again created an atmosphere of panic everywhere. Thus, two new research papers, which are currently out of print, suggest that Omicron may be less likely to cause serious illness and hospitalization than the delta variant. This study shows that Omicron has a two-thirds lower risk of hospitalization from COVID-19 than Delta.

Researchers from the University of Edinburgh in the UK released this paper online on Wednesday. This research has been done out of Scotland. The second paper was posted on the online server on Tuesday. It suggests that people with Omicron infections are 80 percent less likely to be hospitalized than Delta. According to this research done outside South Africa, once the patient is admitted to the hospital, then he comes under the category of serious illness.
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23,840 cases of Omicron involved in research
Both researches include preliminary data and have not yet been published in any magazine. The Scotland study includes data from 23,840 Omicron and 126,511 delta cases from 1 November to 19 December. Researchers from the University of Edinburgh, the University of Strathclyde and Public Health Scotland have taken a closer look at health outcomes among Omicron infections compared to Delta infections.

775 deaths in a day from Corona in Poland
Detailed information about Omicron is yet to be received. In such a situation, even small details can create fear. In the European country of Poland, 775 patients have died in one day from Corona amid the increasing threats of Omicron. Amidst the rapid pace of vaccination, this large death toll has also increased the tension of the surrounding European countries. In view of the ever-increasing cases of Omicron in India too, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to hold a big review meeting on Thursday.