An investigation is underway into how deadly the Omicron variant is: WHO

Geneva. The World Health Organization (WHO) has said that research into the dangers of the coronavirus Omicron virus, which has recently emerged in Africa, and the extent to which it can harm human health, remains to be seen. The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Sunday it was investigating whether the virus could be transmitted from person to person or to the extent that it could harm human health.

A new variant of the corona virus has recently been spotted in South Africa’s most populous province of Khauteng. Tests over the past two weeks have shown that this variant has evolved. The virus has since spread to other parts of South Africa. Preliminary evidence suggests that this variant has a higher risk of infection than previous viruses.

The World Health Organization (WHO) says the new variant has been found in South Africa, where the number of people being infected with the corona virus is on the rise.

The virus, which was discovered in South Africa earlier this month, was reported to the World Health Organization last Wednesday. It is said that the variant has spread to many countries of the world in a few days. This new variant was also reported in the UK. It is said that this variant was also seen in Canada on Sunday.

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