India Covid 19: Sounds unbelievable. Feels the same to anyone. How did all kinds of corona viruses come about? When? Let’s get to know Fatafat.
India Covid 19: Scientific research occasionally shocks us. Tells unbelievable facts. Our Center for Cellular and Molecular Biology … Is there a CCMB … The same says that there are 7,569 types of corona viruses in India. Of all the varieties … all are almost identical. I mean … there are millions of people in our country … to whom we all belong … but everyone has two arms, two eyes, two legs. Also … these viruses are all the same. But … there are small differences between them. So divide them … Scientists have concluded that there are many types. (image credit – NIAID)
For humans to transform … it takes a few crores of years. The same virus though … is very, very small so the genetic changes in it come very quickly. It adapts itself to the climate. As such it does not completely change form. Our scientists should be commended in this regard. Because … even though we do not have so much scientific technology and cutting-edge equipment … adjusting with what we have … we have calculated that there are many types of corona viruses. Is this normal? (image credit – NIAID)
When this corona arrived in China … our CCMB scientists became very busy. So much so that … they themselves have done research on over 5,000 corona mutation viruses and made reports. What a great thing. It is difficult to see such a small virus under a microscope. Seeing that … recognizing what kind of it is … calculating … it is difficult to put into words. (image credit – NIAID)
Scientists have studied the corona virus in a total of 21 states. These were conducted in a total of 35 labs. When it comes to Telugu states … this virus in Telangana … has changed in 987 ways. In Andhra Pradesh it has become 296 varieties. (image credit – NIAID)
All in all, so far, only two variants of the corona virus, E484K and N501Y, have been reported in the world. They want to do in-depth research to find out how far they are in India. (image credit – NIAID)