WHO Spoke On Britain’s ‘Superspreader’ Strain?

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The World Health Organization has made a statement for the first time about the acute infection of the coronavirus found in Britain. Due to this new strain, about 50 countries around the world have stopped their air and road traffic from Britain. Now the World Health Organization has said that it is a part of the development of the virus. Therefore, there is no need to panic with this new superspreader strain.

Corona vaccine is capable of handling new strains

WHO’s head of emergency affairs Mike Ryan said in an online briefing that it is important to have transparency on the issue, it is very important to tell the public the way it is, but it is also important that it is a way of developing the virus. Is the normal part. We are tracking this virus very closely. Officials of the World Health Organization said that the vaccine developed with the coronavirus is also able to deal with this new strain. However, we are investigating to ensure this.

WHO refuses to consider new strain fatal

The WCHO denied the virus to be lethal with the current strain of the coronavirus. He cited UK data saying that we have no evidence that the variant is making people more ill or more deadly than the current strain of coronavirus. However, it appears to spread more easily.

WHO said on the increasing pace of infection?

Regarding the ban on flights originating from the UK, Mike Ryan said the countries curbing travel were working carefully to assess the risks. This is a prudent decision, but everyone knows that this change inside the coronavirus is a normal process. They reported that the coronavirus mutation was far slower than influenza, and that even the new strain found in Britain is far less transmitted than other diseases such as mumps (mumps).

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