Mu variants of unvaccinated corona raise global concern, WHO warns

Mumbai, September 2: It’s been a year and a half since the world fell victim to the coronavirus. The worldwide vaccination campaign is in full swing. However, new variants of this virus (Covid variant) are emerging. The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned of a new variant, raising concerns around the world. This warning has been issued by the World Health Organization about the Mu variant in Colombia. This is another name for variant B.1.621. More than 4,000 patients from 40 countries have come forward. The Muro variant is not affected by the corona vaccine, the health organization has warned. Further studies are needed to find out the seriousness of this and the WHO has described it as a ‘variant of interest’. According to the Health Association, the first case of the Mu variant was reported in January 2021 in Colombia. It has since spread to countries in South America and Europe, where patients have been found. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. VIDEO: An act that a child did during an online meeting; The woman minister had to apologize in public
What is a variant?
Any virus has a genetic code. There are constant small changes in it. Most of these changes have no effect. But with some changes, the virus spreads faster and becomes more deadly. The changes in these viruses are called variants. Variants of this type of corona virus have been found in Britain and South Africa. Those variants are considered dangerous.


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