Sub-variables discovered around the world raise new alerts

Image copyright Pixabay Image caption Some increase the viability and viability of the virus, while others facilitate the spread of the virus.

The evolution of the coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2), the pathogen responsible for the Covid-19 pandemic, remains the focus of researchers around the world, with many new mutations of the virus discovered – while some increase in capacity. Surviving other viruses facilitates the spread of the virus, although there are antibodies to other variants of the coronavirus.

The Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention announced on Monday that it has sequenced a new variant of the micron variant, according to the government newspaper “Global Times” – the variant, called BA.1.1, does not match. , with other species. The coronavirus has been sequenced in China or reported to the Global Variables Database, and was found in a mild case of Covid-19 in Suzhou, near Beijing.

A new type of COVID-19 virus, from a micron, has been discovered in China

Also in the UK a new variant of Omicron called XE has been identified. According to the UK Health Safety Agency (UKHSA), hundreds of people in the UK have so far been infected with XE, a tiny fraction of the country’s total Covid-19 infections. It’s too early to say if XE is more transmissible than other sub-micron variants, although it was discovered outside the UK, in Thailand. The World Health Organization (WHO) has confirmed that a mixture of the two variants of Omicron – BA.1 and BA.2 – may be the most transmissible variant to date and is estimated to spread 10% more easily than BA.2.

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In March, a new study published on bioRxiv described mutations in the SARS-CoV-2 variant BA.1 in Hong Kong and New Zealand. Among the different SARS-CoV-2 variants identified, five variants of interest (VOCs), including Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta and Omicron variants, were identified.

Three μM sub-variables have already been reported, including BA.1, BA.2 and BA.3. BA.1 features an R346K spike and has a BA.1.1 underline. who, together with parents BA.1, has been responsible for the majority of Micron’s cases in the current phase of the pandemic.


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