Delta and Omicron pair could collide like tsunami, fears WHO

The World Health Organization has heard about a terrible threat. The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Wednesday that a pair of Delta and Omicron could cause a record number of infections. As a result, the number of hospital admissions may increase abnormally. The death toll could rise rapidly. It is said that Omicron and Delta may strike like a Kovid-19 tsunami. The whole health system could collapse. Hu warned on Wednesday.

According to Hu, the number of new cases worldwide increased by 11 percent last week. The United States and France reported a record number of attacks on Wednesday. Omicron is even more contagious, World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told a news conference. I’m concerned that Omicron and Delta could increase the number of tsunami-like infections. Meanwhile, such infections will put a huge strain on the health workers. The health system could collapse.

He went a step further, saying that not only is there a new coronary artery disease, but a large number of health workers could also be affected. However, Hu said the intensity could drop slightly next year. But it all depends on how many people are being vaccinated. Hu wants 40 percent of the country’s population to be fully vaccinated. By the middle of 2022, this number could rise to 60 percent.