London: Omicron scare is spreading across Europe. Concerns are coming from the Netherlands authorities. Officials had earlier said that Omicron had arrived in the country as of now. But it was found that the first case had reached the Netherlands a week earlier. The matter is being investigated. The extent to which this has spread is being examined. The Department of Health says two samples taken between November 19 and 23 were found to contain omechron. With this, the authorities are more concerned.
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The Netherlands’ official record was the first confirmation of the presence of omega by 14 passengers on two South African flights from South Africa to Amsterdam on November 26th. But Omicron had arrived in the Netherlands long before the disease was confirmed in people from South Africa. However, it is not yet known whether they came from South African countries. Indication that this is not the case. It is not clear whether they went to South African countries. They have started searching for their contact information using the municipal health services.
The Netherlands is preparing to conduct more studies on omegae. More samples will be tested. The Netherlands, meanwhile, has one of the highest rates of omega-3 cases in Europe. 16 more cases have been confirmed in the country. Omicron was previously confirmed in the Netherlands with 61 passengers on two flights from South Africa. They are currently in quarantine. About 600 passengers were on board. Meanwhile, Dutch authorities are examining about 5,000 passengers from South Africa.
Dutch authorities are also testing passengers from South Africa, Botswana, Eswatini, Lisotho, Mozambique, Namibia and Zimbabwe. In the Netherlands, 20,000 cases are reported daily. Following this, the country is in the lockdown. Strict restrictions are currently in place in the Netherlands. Meanwhile, another report has come out with words of consolation, including from European countries. The University of Oxford says there is no evidence yet that Omicron will overcome vaccine resistance.
Earlier it was reported that the modern Kovid vaccine was not effective against omega-3s. Very little information is currently available about omechron. Therefore, the University of Oxford said it was important to examine how well the virus breaks down vaccine resistance. Many variants came last year. But vaccines have largely prevented it. The University of Oxford says it has not yet received any evidence that vaccines can protect against omega-3s.
At the same time, the central government has asked the states in India to increase the number of tests. The center says the tests could definitely detect the omega. International travelers should be closely monitored. Although the presence of the new variant has not been detected in India, it is suggested that it should continue. Meanwhile, Kovid confirmed the deaths of six passengers from high – security countries, including South Africa, in Maharashtra. They are being tested for omega-3s. None of their cases are serious. However, heavy vigilance continues in Kerala as well. Health experts in South Africa say omega-3s are not to be feared.
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Story first published: Tuesday, November 30, 2021, 22:56 [IST]