Unpublished report on Delta COVID variant reveals about serious risks

Saturday, 31 July 2021 - 12:14

A report from the Epidemiology Institute of America has revealed that the Delta COVID variant can cause more serious illnesses than any other virus, and that it can spread like chickenpox.

The New York Times has received a copy of the unpublished report, which stated that even fully vaccinated individuals can spread the virus, similar to non-vaccinated individuals.

The U.S. CDC stated that even people who have been vaccinated may have the same amount of virus in their nostrils and throat. The report was presented by Dr. Rochelle Valensky, the director of the institute.

It further stated that the Delta COVID variant is more transmissible than the MERS, SARS, Ebola, smallpox, and the common cold.

The US Department of Homeland Security reported that the fight against the virus has changed as the Delta COVID variant, first discovered in India and named B.1.617.2, causes serious illnesses.

The report also found that about 35,000 Americans who were fully vaccinated were infected with the Delta COVID strain.

However, it has been emphasized that vaccination can prevent about 90% of serious illnesses caused by COVID-19.