For the past few months, the Covid-19 Delta variant first identified in India has been dominant in SA. It has resulted in more hospitalisations as the variants is more transmissible and infectious.
Can we stop the coronavirus from mutating into new variants? How is the Delta variant different, and what vaccines are effective to fight it? Dr Jinal Bhiman answers all the questions.

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3 thoughts on “Alpha, Beta and Delta: What we should know about the Covid-19 variants in SA”
  1. She said the study showed that AstreZeneca works for delta. Yet the government just decided that we cant use them anymore in SA. The more vaccine options we have, the quicker the process will become and reach herd immunity

  2. Push yourself,because no one else is going to do it for you Sometimes later becomes never, Great things never come from accomfort zones dream it Success doesn't just find you. The harder you work for something, the greater you'll feel when you achieve it, dream bigger.Don’t stop whean you’re tired. Stop when you’re done.Wake up with determination. Go to bed with satisfaction Do something today that your future self will thank you for Iat’s going to be hard, but hard does not mean impossible.

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