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Covid-19 sub-variants refer to different strains of the SARS-CoV-2 virus that cause the disease. Some sub-variants may have different characteristics, such as increased transmissibility or altered symptom severity. Oxygen therapy is a treatment for severe cases of Covid-19 that may experience low oxygen levels, which can be harmful and potentially life-threatening. Oxygen therapy can be delivered via a face mask, nasal cannula, or a ventilator, depending on the severity of the patient’s condition.
It is important to note that the emergence of new sub-variants does not necessarily change the need for oxygen therapy in severe cases of Covid-19. However, the appearance of new sub-variants may impact the effectiveness of current vaccines, leading to the need for updated or booster shots. The World Health Organization and local health authorities regularly monitor the evolution of Covid-19 and provide guidance on how to manage the disease, including the use of oxygen therapy and vaccine strategies. It is essential to follow their guidance to reduce the spread of the virus and protect public health. In summary, Covid-19 sub-variants and oxygen therapy are important considerations in the ongoing management of the pandemic.
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