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New Variant of COVID-19 in Nepal

Written by Barsha Bishwakarma · 1 min read >

The new variant of COVID-19 has started its second wave in Nepal. There is much news of COVID-19 again on every news channel. Also, it seems like Deja vu as the nationwide lockdown, news reporting, hospitals, and everything feels like it has happened before.

Definitely, this Deja vu does not feel good! Slowly everything was turning normal. We were all back to work, school, and business. Unfortunately, this second wave has hit now. And, this time it sounds scarier. So, please stay safe everyone. Follow all the health guidelines and safety measures provided by medical personnel.

First of all, lets know…

What is a New Variant of COVID-19?

All viruses – including SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19 – evolve over time. When a virus replicates or makes copies of itself, it sometimes changes a little bit, which is normal for a virus. These changes are called “mutations”. A virus with one or more new mutations is referred to as a “variant” of the original virus. -Source WHO

Watch this video from WHO to learn more.

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Symptoms of New Variant of COVID-19

Here are some of the symptoms of New variant of COVID-19:

Picture Credits: COVID-19 Symptoms

The majority of the patients have these symptoms:

  • High fever
  • Cough (Dry cough)
  • Shortness of breath
  • Sore throat
  • Loss of smell and taste
  • Muscle pain

Some may or may not experience these symptoms:

  • Conjunctivitis
  • Headache
  • Rashes
  • Stomach pain
  • Discoloration of fingers and toes

Emergency Hotline Numbers: 102 | 9851255438 | 9851255837

Prevention Majors

  1. Follow rules directed by government and medical personnel
  2. Drink lukewarm water
  3. In case of severe symptoms, seek medical help
  4. Eat fresh fruits and immunity-giving foods. Click here to find the Top 10 Foods to Boost Immunity

Thank you for your time. Please stay safe everyone.

Written by Barsha Bishwakarma
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