There Is growing global alarm over omicron the new coronavirus variant.
On 26 November 2021, WHO designated the variant B.1.1.529 a variant of concern, named Omicron.
On the advice of WHO’s Technical Advisory Group on Virus Evolution (TAG-VE). This decision was based on the evidence presented to the TAG-VE that Omicron has several
mutations that may have an impact on how it behaves,
On how easily it spreads or the severity of illness it causes. Here is a summary of what is currently known.
First emerged in South Africa.
Researchers say it could be the most infectious form of the virus so far and it might even.
beat current vaccines it might even beat current vaccines the international response.
Has been swift many countries have shut down air travel from south Africa itself the bans also.
South Africa’s government says the closures are an overreaction omicron has moved quickly now
Countries around the world are racing to get ahead of it banning flights from the region where
this is variant was the first discovered
this reason South Africa suddenly find itself cut off from the world
since the UK announced its travel ban many other countries have followed.
Attacked of omicron
The positivity of COVID-19 cases in Pakistan is increasing alarmingly Due to which the number of deaths is increasing day by day.
How to Precautions against Omicron
1. Be sure to wear a mask. Do not use a mask for more than 12 hours. It is best to use a special type of mask N-95.& Wash your hands and face frequently with soap It will help us to avoid an epidemic like Karuna
2. Include vegetables in your daily diet – Including vegetables, in your meals, every day is extremely important. Veggies are packed with nutrients and antioxidants which help you stay healthy and prevent disease as well as help you lose weight due to their low-calorie content. 2 cups of vegetables are advised to be consumed every day but this can be difficult for some of you. Some of you find it hard to consume enough vegetables each day while others are uncertain how to prepare them in an appetizing way. (File Photo / Reuters)
3. Drink 2-3 liters of water every day – Even mild dehydration can affect you mentally and physically. It significantly affects your energy levels and brain function. Staying hydrated is the key to maintaining energy, reducing headaches and so much more. Make sure that you get enough water each day. It’s one of the best things you can do for your overall health. Try adding a glass of water on waking and set reminders through the day to ensure you finish your allotted quota. (Shutterstock)
4. Get on a better sleep schedule – Let 2022 be the year that you finally take control over your sleep schedule. Getting proper sleep affects so many areas of your life, including your appetite, mood, hormones, and general wellbeing. Plus, once you start prioritizing sleep, there’s less chance of you being irritable, stressed, or inclined to snack. (Photo by Mert Kahveci on Unsplash)
5 . Engage in 30 minutes activity of your choice – It’s no secret that moving more helps us to be fitter and healthier. Research shows that as little as 30 minutes of activity per day can offer multiple benefits for cardiovascular health, hormonal health and so much more. You may choose to dance, practice, or go for a walk if you can’t get in a workout. After 30 days you should see improvements in your muscular strength, endurance, and balance. Plus, notice a difference in how your clothes fit — winning! (Photo by Meghan Holmes on Unsplash)
*****There is now real hope that vaccines will help end the pandemic. But until it is over, we must stay vigilant and continue to protect our loved ones by wearing masks, physically distancing, and washing our hands*****