The World Health Organization (WHO) is concerned about the new Delta variant, a substantially more transmissible strain of Covid-19 that is expected to become a “dominant genotype” if current trends continue. The new strain has been reported in 85 countries and is still being found in new places around the world.
According to the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Covid-19 Weekly Epidemiological Update published on June 22, the variant Alpha has been recorded in 170 countries, territories, or areas worldwide, Beta in 119 countries, Gamma in 71 countries, and Delta in 85 countries. ”
The disease is now recorded in 85 countries around the world, according to the WHO.