Corona: Diabetes And BP Patients Are At Risk Of Delta Plus Variant – Corona Update: Now The Risk Of Delta Plus Variant Of Corona, Diabetes And BP Patients Take These Precautions

Corona UpdateNo one is unaware of the devastation caused by the second wave of corona infection in the country. Corona virus is also changing its form with time. Now its new variant Delta Plus has increased the difficulties. The Maharashtra government has started implementing restrictions again keeping in mind the cases of Delta Plus. So far, more than 50 cases of this variant have been reported in 12 states of the country. However, experts still don’t have strong evidence that Delta Plus is more lethal than the Delta variant, or is spreading even faster. To avoid this epidemic, masks and social distancing must be followed.

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Diabetes and BP patients should be careful
Most of the patients who have recovered in the second wave of Kovid have become victims of black fungus. In such a situation, experts have asked patients of blood sugar and blood pressure to be alert regarding corona infection. ICMR had also issued guidelines for patients of diabetes and high blood pressure in March 2021. Patients with diabetes or high blood pressure are not at higher risk of Kovid-19 infection than other individuals. But if infected, serious complications can arise in these patients.

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Patients with uncontrolled diabetes are more prone to infection. But people with blood sugar and high BP should be careful in their diet and lifestyle. Everyone should also find time for regular exercise. These patients should continue to take the necessary medicines. Consult a doctor in case of any problem.

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