Omicron sub-variant BA 2.75, according to an LNJP study, is the predominant strain in Delhi.

Omicron sub-variant BA 2.75 is the dominant variant in the vast majority of cases in Delhi . Typical symptoms include sore throat, running nose, low-grade fever, headache, and body pain .

New Delhi, India, August 13: Dr Suresh Kumar, the hospital's Medical Director, said on Saturday that the Omicron sub-variant BA 2.75 is the dominant variant in Delhi, having been detected in the vast majority of cases.We did a survey to determine which sub-variant is causing the most damage.In August, we examined results from 90 samples and found that more than half of the patients were infected with BA 2.75.It is the leading cause of transmission and spreads faster, according to Dr Kumar.LNJP MD said that typical symptoms include a sore throat, a running nose, low-grade fever, headache, and body pain.Dr Kumar also noted that reinfection has occurred in some cases because a BA 2.75 sub-variant cannot escape the immunity and can infect people who had previously received the vaccine.

Kumar said that recovery time is usually 5-7 days.Kumar said that optimism in Delhi is around 15 percent and that those who have chronic disease are being hospitalized.The Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare reported on Saturday that only 6 percent of hospitals are being admitted, but that the infection rate is high, but hospitalization is less if we compare with the earlier wave.India reported 15,815 new COVID cases in the last 24 hours, with a daily case positivity rate of 4.36 percent.According to the Ministry, 20,018 COVID patients have recovered in the last 24 hours, accounting for 0.27 percent of the total cases in the region.

According to a notification issued by the Delhi Health Department on Friday, the national capital reported ten COVID deaths and 2,136 new cases.In the national capital, there are 8,343 COVID cases currently active.