An Amicron patient has been identified for the first time in Delhi, India. As a result, the number of new cases of corona in India has risen to five. Delhi Health Minister Satyender Jain said on Sunday that the man had recently returned from the African country of Tanzania and was being treated at a hospital.
In the last few days, 18 passengers returning to Delhi from several countries on the Indian government’s risk list have been admitted to a government hospital in Delhi. After Corona tested positive, they were admitted to the hospital. Their samples have been sent to the laboratory for genetic analysis.
As many as 13 international travelers have been admitted to an isolation ward of the hospital till Saturday night. Among them is a man from Africa who has been diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. The rest come from the United States or Europe.
Amicron, a new type of corona that has spread to more than 40 countries around the world, has already been identified in India. The first two patients in India were identified in Bangalore, Karnataka.
One patient was later identified in Jamnagar, Gujarat and one in Mumbai, Maharashtra. This time Amikron was identified as the fourth place in Delhi.
Amicron has been identified in more than 40 countries so far, but no one has died. New restrictions are being imposed worldwide to prevent the spread of this genetically modified species. One study found that ammonia was three times more likely to re-infect than delta and beta species.