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First case of XBB.1.5 detected in India: Study suggests cancer patients more vulnerable

First case of XBB.1.5 detected in India

Corona cases are continuously increasing in the country. Meanwhile, the first case of the XBB.1.5 variant was detected in Gujrat. It is a mutation of Omicron. It is spreading fastest in America. There are still more than 40% of its cases. Last week the figure was 18%.

According to a study by the University of Toronto presented that cancer patients are more prone to Coronavirus, according to the information received patients are more vulnerable who are being diagnosed with anti-CD 20. American Medical Association published it in one of its journals.

According to the sources, a 38-year-old woman was found corona positive on Friday in Madhya Pradesh. She is a resident of Jabalpur. It is not known at the moment which variant of Corona he is infected with.

According to the information received the Civil Aviation Ministry on Friday issued several guidelines to make the arrangements more intense for International passengers arriving on Indian soil.

Following this Dr. Parvez Kaul, Director of SKIMS Hospital in Kashmir said that there is a high chance of conditions getting adverse in India for the next two months with the new variant. On Thursday, the Health Ministry made RT-PCR mandatory for those coming from 6 countries.

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