No deaths have been reported so far in the European Union and the United States due to the micron variant infection of the corona virus, local health officials announced Saturday, 11. In the case of Europe, the European Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (ECDPC) report states that “all cases where severity information is available are asymptomatic or mild.”
In turn, the numbers need to be carefully evaluated, as the number of confirmed cases is so small that it is not possible to understand whether the clinical micron spectrum differs from previously detected variants, ECDPC thinks.
According to the agency, infections have already been reported in 22 countries in Europe, with the highest number now reported to have been acquired within European countries, although initially reported cases were related to travel.
Similarly, in one report, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) identified at least 22 states in the country with at least one micron case, some of which indicate social outbreaks.
“In 43 cases with initial follow-up, one was admitted to the hospital and there were no deaths,” the document said.
Also, in the UK, one of the biggest studies on microns was released this Saturday.
According to the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA), preliminary estimates suggest that immunization against symptomatic diseases with microns is significantly lower than in delta variants.
Nevertheless, the “moderate to high” vaccine efficacy is found to be 70% to 75% in the early stages after the booster dose, indicating the need for additional doses again.
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