The 2021 version of the Covid19 pandemic has been the worst as the second wave of this virus is bringing along a variant or some pre or post covid condition among kids, youth and adults as a guest every week.
Scientists have not been able to breathe easy with the amount of pressure mounting on them to understand which trends are new, how to control and their origin, and hundreds of questions. Variant B.1.525 is the second variant of SARS-Cov-2 found in Telangana after the rumoured Singapore variant was found in the state by health experts just a fortnight ago. The B.1.525 is the one found in the UK in early February. The WHO and other health organizations found this variant in India and randomly conducted tests and samples across the country in April/May and found close to 16 samples with B.1.525 in Telangana alone out of 22 samples.
The variant was found in Australia and Denmark simultaneously as the UK is linked with people travelling to Nigeria and contracting the version of the virus. The variant is active in more than 50 countries, and WHO is trying to find the specific areas of those countries. India has a higher number of B.1.617.1 variants with its sub-variants mainly in Maharashtra.
The experts at CCMB claim any conclusion cannot be made as samples that indicate the presence of variants is collected from the arrivals at the airport. The actual spread capacity and danger level of these variants can only be found when they are found in communities which is not a possible task with lockdowns in Hyderabad and multiple parts of the country.