A new variant of coronavirus in India 

SARS COV-2: A new “double mutant” variant of coronavirus has been detected from samples collected in Maharashtra(India). In 15-20 per cent of samples from the Indian state of Maharashtra new double mutation in key areas of the virus has been detected.


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What makes this variant different from the previous coronavirus?

It has been become essential to understand that how the symptoms of a new variant of the corona are different from the previous one. The classic signs of SARS COV-1 were causing illness such as cough, fever, pain, tiredness etc.

However, as new mutations are being noticed, many suspect that the virus has gotten smarter in many ways it includes an attack in our body. Some researchers have found that these mutations may enable the coronavirus to spread faster from people to people and more infections result that more and more people are getting ill and dying very faster.

The new variants of the SARS COV-2 have a better threshold in surpassing immune defences and antibodies, it is believed that natural antibodies (generated after covid) may not be fully protected in future if you are once exposed to the newer mutations.

The new variants are much more dangerous for people who are already suffering from diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, hypertension and other health condition.

In general, we know that people with uncontrolled diabetes are at higher risks of infections because their body has already a lower immune system and so the risks of catching the virus are higher.


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How to reduce your chance of getting infected by SARS COV-2? 

  • Eat healthily.
  • consume antioxidants as much as you can.
  • Do physical activities like yoga, exercises.
  • Use good hygiene.
  • keep distance from other people.

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