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Who on omikron - - very high risk

Who on omikron – – very high risk

The figures show that there is a frequent spread of infection in the omicron variant.

The World Health Organization writes in its weekly report that the overall risk associated with the omicron variant remains very high.

They wrote in the report that the scientific basis consistently shows that the omicron variant infects more than the delta variant, with a “doubling time” of two to three days and a rapid increase in infection rates in a number of countries.

The World Health Organization wrote that after a gradual increase since October, there was an 11 percent increase in global infection rates last week, compared to the previous week. At the same time, approximately the same number of deaths was recorded as in the previous week. That number was just under 5 million new cases and more than 44,000 new deaths, according to the World Health Organization.

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Infection outbreak in Norway

The omicron variant was first discovered in South Africa at the end of November. At the beginning of December, the first case of the variant was detected in Norway.

Infection rates were already rising when the variant was detected, but infection rates continued to increase. In the past week or so, numbers have fallen by an average of 3,360 new cases in the past seven days, compared to 4,359 in the seven days prior.

However, 4,702 new infections were recorded on Tuesday. The director of health, Bjorn Goldfog, also warned that the more contagious Omicron variant would become prevalent in Norway.

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I Latest FHI Risk Report It has been proven that the number of detected corona cases and corona entry cases remains at a high level, but there are signs of flattening.

norwegian government inIn December introduced strict measures in two rounds, with a national ban on drinking, new quarantine rules and visitation restrictions in private homes.

Infection explosion

However, the virus is spreading to other parts of the world. On Monday, a grim new record was set. More than 1.4 million new cases of corona have been recorded worldwide. This is the largest number of new cases in a single day ever.

In the United States, the infection curve resulted in Chaos in air traffic and high enrollment rates.

While in the UK, France, Greece, Portugal and Italy, new infection records have been set, and many countries have more than 100,000 new infections per day.