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Surveillance of the “highly modified” “govt” strain in Asia and the Middle East!


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Surveillance of the “highly modified” “govt” strain in Asia and the Middle East!

An alarming new govt variant first detected in Botswana has been identified in Israel and Hong Kong, and experts fear that its mutations could allow it to spread rapidly by bypassing existing Kovit-19 immunity.

P.1.1.529, the name is not derived from the Greek alphabet like previous dynasties, which spread rapidly throughout South Africa from its first identification in Botswana in early November. Known for many dangerous mutations, this strain is already responsible for 90% of COVID-19 cases in the South African province of Gauteng – home to the megacities of Pretoria and Johannesburg.

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As it spread across South Africa, many countries, including the United Kingdom and Israel, and European bloc countries, were prompted to announce air bans from the affected countries. The UK has banned flights from South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Lesotho and Eswatini.

On Friday, the Israeli Ministry of Health announced that the country had been diagnosed with the most abnormal type. An Israeli returning from Malawi has been identified as wounded. The ministry said it was monitoring two more suspects.

Meanwhile, two cases have been confirmed in Hong Kong, the Asian financial center. The results of the “Covit-19” patient’s gene sequence, which arrived in the city from South Africa on Thursday, confirmed that the new variant came from South Africa.

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The patient was also accused of wearing a valve-shaped mask that allowed the infection to spread to another guest at an isolated hotel last week. Both were fully vaccinated.

With less than 100 complete genetic sequences available for review, the World Health Organization acknowledges that little is known about variation. Experts have observed a “high number of mutations” that raise concerns about the impact on diagnosis, treatments and vaccines.

Source: RT