The first incidence of infection with a new strain of COVID-19 Kraken has been discovered in Ukraine

The first incidence of infection with a new strain of COVID-19 Kraken has been discovered in Ukraine ...

The first instance of infection with a new subspecies of the SARS-CoV-2 strain Omicron XBB.1.5, or Kraken, was discovered in a person who had not been vaccinated against the coronavirus in Ukraine.

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XBB.1.5 does not have any specific mutations that might make it more dangerous than other SARS-CoV-2 subvariants, according to the World Health Organization. However, unlike previous sub-options, XBB.1.5 excels at evading the human immune response and is capable of causing serious illness in elderly and immunocompromised individuals.

The WHO technical advisory committee on the development of the virus concluded that this sub-option may contribute to an increase in illness levels. It also swiftly replaces the standard Omicron version that circulated earlier (for example, in the United States from 1% in week 47 of 2022 to 8% in week 50).

The Omicron XBB.1.5 subvariant was found to be responsible for 5,288 cases in 38 countries between October 22, 2022 and January 11, 2023. The majority of these cases were recorded in the United States (82.2%), Great Britain (88.1%), and Denmark (2.2%.

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The Ministry of Health stresses that immunization is the primary method of preventing the severe course of the coronavirus illness and the development of new strains.

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