WHO warns of dangers of o mutant virus

The World Health Organization warned on November 29 that o variant virus constitutes a very dangerous factor in the world.

It stated that the variant is highly dangerous as it may spread throughout the world to cause a drastic increase in the number of infected cases and it may have catastrophic consequences on some regions.

Saying that the number of infected people is expected to grow in 194 member nations in the future, it expressed concern that the growth in their number might overload the public health systems to increase infection and death rates.

The mutant virus has reportedly spread to 17 countries and regions already, including Botswana, the UK, Germany, Italy, the Czech Republic, Austria, Belgium, Australia, the Netherlands and Denmark.