Omicron COVID Symptoms, Causes Treatment

Omicron COVID

Omicron COVID On 24 November 2021 (Wednesday) a new covid virus has been identified in South Africa. The new covid variant has been named Omicron. The World Health Organization has identified the new covid variants of the corona virus to be similar to each other in some cases. The new covid variants have been considered to be of serious illness and concern. The Omicron COVID variant is not as severe as the corona virus. Nor is there anything to panic about this disease.

The version of COVID was named Omicron by the World Health Organization’s (WHO) TAG-VE or Technical Advisory Group on Virus Evolution. The new version of COVID has also been named B.


Symptoms of Omicron COVID

Symptoms of Omicron The symptoms of COVID are categorized as early-stage symptoms, mild and severe.

1. Early-stage symptoms

Symptoms of the new covid variant virus can be felt in the early stages such as – fever, cold, fatigue, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell . which cannot be identified without diagnosis.


2. Common symptoms

Other common symptoms of covid variant Omicron are fever, cough, fatigue, loss of taste or smell, cold or sore throat, red skin rash, diarrhoea, body pain, shortness of breath.

3. Serious symptoms of Omicron

The third and more serious symptoms of Omicron include severe cold, shortness of breath, sore throat, trouble speaking, irritability, feeling of chest pain, high fever, diarrhea, weight gain. Feeling increased, vomiting or nausea, difficulty coughing, loss of appetite, weight loss, extreme weakness, feeling confused, chest attack, or high or low blood pressure.

Cause of Omicron

The reason for Omicron was some people who returned from South Africa who were from different countries. Some of whom were also people from India. When there was already discussion about Omicron, only then some people came to India. After investigation of Omicron Kovid, it was found that people who returned from South Africa are infected with Omicron virus. In India today, the number of this disease is gradually increasing like the corona virus. Regarding Omicron, the health officials of all the countries say that there is nothing to panic about Omicron Kovid virus. The way corona virus infection was controlled and treated. Similarly about Omicron drug and vaccine discovery and medicine continues.


Omicron covid virus precautions prevention

The omicron covid virus has been linked to the corona virus. Because this omicron infection spreads from person to person only through infected. The symptoms of corona virus are similar to the omicron covid virus. This virus is spreading rapidly like corona, now its infectivity is slowly spreading all over the world. Today in India 3000 to 3500 people are suffering and more than 500 people have died due to this disease.

1. Wash hands with soap to avoid corona virus and omicron infection.
2. Hand sanitizer with 99.9 alcohol.
3. Wear tissue paper while coughing or sneezing.
4. Throw the tissue paper used by the patient suffering from corona virus or omicron in the dustbin.
5. Wear face mask.
6. Keep distance from the infected person.
7. Do not touch hands, nose, ears or limbs while going out.
8. Gargle with hot beverages like hot water, green tea and salt.
9. If you have got corona virus then do not panic and contact the doctor immediately.
10. Stay home if you feel unwell.
11. Maintain social or physical distance.

Omicron COVID
Omicron COVID


Omicron COVID Treatment

There is no cure yet for the omicron covid virus. Whereas some experts say that if the virus can be avoided by preventing this disease. As per the instructions of the doctor, as the instructions to prevent corona virus were first advertised and suggestions were given to prevent corona virus by taking all measures. The same situation has now started increasing in serious form due to Omicron covid virus. Doctors and other experts have started collecting information about medicine and vaccine. So that Omicron infection can be prevented and treated in time.

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