UFLA identifies variants of COVID-19 from Manas and the United Kingdom in Lafarge-Xerox

UFLA identifies variants of COVID-19 from Manas and the United Kingdom in Lafarge-Xerox
UFLA confirms four types of COVID-19 in the region (Photo: Ufla / Divalco)

New types of COVID-19 Confirmed on Microrajian From Lavros, South of Minas. Study by Lepkovit, From Lavrov Federal University (Ufla), Variations were found from two types identified in Manas, United Kingdom and country.

According to Dr. Jose Cermin, 19 samples were collected by Lapkovit from the micro region of Lavros, which covers 10 cities, and were sorted by the Microbiology and Biocommunications Laboratory of the Department of Microbiology in Ufla.

“We found four types: B.1.1.7, from the United Kingdom; B1 from Manas; B2 from Rio de Janeiro; and B.1.1.28 from the Brazilian variant,” he explains.

Of these four types, the United Kingdom and Manas are highly contagious and are considered variants of the World Health Organization (WHO) focus.

“Brazil is still testing small 0.04% of species COVID-19, Sars-CoV-2 helps in the most important way in formulating public policies to combat the epidemic in the potential for infection, ”he warns.

The genetic study of these species was sent to Minas Gerais’ Secretary of State for Health (SES-MG). “We have an agenda in search of resources planned for early next month, with Secretary of State for Health Fibio Pacheretti, mediated by Deputy State Noraldino, to expand research in Minas Gerais,” he says.

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