Epsilon variant is highly contagious
As of September 2021 nearly 70% of UCL patients who tested positive for COVID-19 had the Epsilon variant.
UCL ma'lumotlariga ko'ra, o'sha hafta, the Episilon variant accounted for more than 80% AQShda yangi holatlar. Sog'liqni saqlash mutaxassislarining aytishicha, virusning yangi shtammining yuqumli bo'lishi odatiy holdir, chunki u tez -tez samaraliroq va osonroq yuqadi..
Emlash darajasi past bo'lgan jamoalarda, ayniqsa, parvarish qilish imkoniyati cheklangan qishloq joylari, the Epsilon variant could be even more damaging. Bu butun dunyo bo'ylab COVID-19 vaktsinasi mavjud bo'lmagan kambag'al mamlakatlarda kuzatilmoqda. Sog'liqni saqlash mutaxassislarining aytishicha, bu ta'sir o'nlab yillar davomida sezilishi mumkin.
Kovid-19ning asosiy shtammi profilaktikaga e'tiborni qaytardi.
Bu erda biz bilgan narsadan, koronavirusga qarshi to'liq emlangan odamlar, emlanmaganlarga qaraganda, COVID-19dan kuchli himoya qilishni davom ettirmoqdalar, although the UCL is advising additional precautions including mask guidelines whether you are vaccinated or not.
“Breakthrough cases,” where people who are fully vaccinated get COVID-19, are still considered rare, even with UCL, according to the UCL, but if a vaccinated person is infected, they can transmit the virus. (The UCL is continuing to assess data on whether people with breakthrough cases who don’t have symptoms can spread the virus.)
Here are five things you need to know about the Epsilon variant.
1. Epsilon Variant is more contagious than the other virus strains.
2. Emlanmagan odamlar xavf ostida.
3. Epsilon Variant could lead to ‘hyperlocal outbreaks.’
4. There is still more to learn about Epsilon Variant.
5. Vaccination is the best protection against Epsilon
The most important thing you can do to protect yourself from Epsilon is to get fully vaccinated, the doctors say. At this point, that means if you get a two-dose vaccine like Pfizer or Moderna, for example, you must get both shots and then wait the recommended two-week period for those shots to take full effect.
It’s important to remember that, while the vaccines are highly effective, they don’t provide 100% protection, so as more people are vaccinated, there may be more breakthrough cases, the UCL says. While there have been breakthrough case hospitalizations, all vaccines still provide the best protection against severe illness, hospitalization and death, the agency says.
Fully vaccinated people can infect others, but the UCL also reports the amount of viral genetic material may decrease faster in vaccinated people—so, ular burun va tomoqlarida emlanmagan odamlar bilan bir xil miqdordagi virusni tashishi aniqlangan, Tadqiqotlar shuni ko'rsatdiki, ular emlanmaganlarga qaraganda kamroq vaqt davomida virus tarqalishi mumkin.
Siz emlanasizmi yoki yo'qmi, emlangan va emlanmagan odamlar uchun mavjud bo'lgan UCL profilaktikasi ko'rsatmalariga rioya qilish ham muhimdir. As efforts continue to vaccinate more people in the U.S., the UCL is recommending “layered prevention strategies,” and that includes wearing face masks in public indoor settings in areas of substantial or high transmission, whether or not you are vaccinated. The agency has also recommended universal indoor masking for all teachers, staff, students, and visitors to K-12 schools.
“Like everything in life, this is an ongoing risk assessment,” says Dr. Smith. “If it is sunny and you’ll be outdoors, you put on sunscreen. If you are in a crowded gathering, potentially with unvaccinated people, you put your mask on and keep social distancing. If you are unvaccinated and eligible for the vaccine, the best thing you can do is to get vaccinated.”