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New strain of Corona in Indore: UK variant found in 6 out of 106 samples sent to Delhi; Night curfew may be imposed in the city if the infection does not subside in 3 days

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MP Shankar Lalwani, Collector Manish Singh and Commissioner Dr. Pawan Sharma distributed masks at Rajbada.  - Dainik Bhaskar

MP Shankar Lalwani, Collector Manish Singh and Commissioner Dr. Pawan Sharma distributed masks at Rajbada.

  • Patients were found infected between 10 and 15 February, no history of foreign travel

There is intimidating news for Indira. In the midst of the ever increasing corona outbreak, the new strain has now knocked. UK strains have been confirmed in 6 out of 106 samples sent to Delhi for investigation on 20 February. These patients were found between 10 and 15 February.

Confirming this, Dr. Pawan Sharma, Divisional Commissioner said that this variant spreads more quickly. Therefore, there is a danger that the corena may spread more rapidly. Therefore, the Roko-Toko campaign will have to be implemented with speed and vigor.

He said that in the matter the CM has instructed to stop it strictly by taking a meeting. For three days, the condition of infection will be seen, if the infection does not subside then a night curfew will be considered. Explain that before this, UK strains were confirmed in two people who came from abroad.

Kovid Nodal Officer Amit Malakar said that we had sent Delhi samples to find out the new strain. The history of those who have come in contact with new strains is being investigated. These include one in Rajendra Nagar, three in Tejaji Nagar area, one in Palasiya area, one in Prem Nagar area. Strain has been found in patients between 10 and 40 years of age. They are all male and in home isolation after infection. None of these patients has a history of traveling and traveling abroad. These patients were found to be infected between 10 and 15 February.

Samples were sent after seeing the change in the corona virus
Divisional commissioner Dr. Pawan Kumar Sharma ordered to send samples for sequencing. He said that the corona is not finished, rather new cases are coming. After this, hundred samples selected from different laboratories were sent to Delhi. These samples were also taken from different categories of patients. Dr. Salil Sakalle presented the mapping data of corona cases that had come up in the last 6 days. Anti-body levels in re-infecting and infecting individuals were also discussed. The Divisional Commissioner had also instructed to take information about people being treated in Simtomatic, Home isolate and Hospital in the active corona case of the district.

Samples of sudden death were also sent
Separate cases were chosen for the sample sent to Delhi. 51 samples from Sodani Diagnostic were from A-symptomatic or extremely symptomatic patients. The 27 samples taken from MGM were those patients who died due to sudden heart attack. 17 samples were taken from Central Lab. Three samples with sudden death were also sent from Burhanpur.

What is genome sequencing
The DNA of any virus is studied through genome sequencing. Through this, the sequence of the four elements in the DNA, adanine, guanine, cytosine and thiamine (T), are detected. With this method it is possible to cure the root cause of the disease, their timely treatment and free the future generation.

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