“Super Corona” raises concern in Britain after the discovery of cases of HIV infection

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Hopkins: It is spreading the same way, and that means measures to prevent it from spreading do not change

The British government has confirmed the discovery of about six infections in the United Kingdom with the Brazilian Corona virus strain, which was first identified in the Manaus region of the Amazon in Brazil.

A government statement said: Two of the three cases were discovered in the county of Gloucestershire, southwest of England, for a family who came from Brazil; While the third case has nothing to do with either case, further investigations are underway.

The statement added that three cases of the Brazilian mutant have been identified in Scotland, but those injuries are not linked to the cases in England.

Dr Susan Hopkins, Director of Strategic Response to COVID-19, said: “We have identified these cases thanks to our ability to detect virus strains, which means that we may find more variants and mutations of the Coronavirus than many other countries, and thus we can take action quickly.”

She added, “The important thing to remember is that the COVID-19 virus, regardless of type, spreads the same way. This means that measures to prevent its spread do not change.”

Health officials say “potential” vaccines may be less effective against them, but more work is needed to determine whether this is the case. And overshadowed the phrase “Super Covid” on the designation of the new Brazilian strain, which may have been wreaking havoc in the population since last July. Although Britain has succeeded in vaccinating about 20 million people; However, fears of the new Brazilian strain may hinder the success of vaccination campaigns.

Britain has suffered from the highest death toll from Covid-19 disease in Europe, about 122,849 deaths currently, and the heaviest economic shock among the major rich countries, according to official data, according to “Sky News”.

Official data showed a total of 20.09 million people in Britain received the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine. While about 800 thousand received the second dose of it.

Britain said last week: More than one in three adults had received the first dose of the vaccine.

Britain also recorded 6,035 new infections during the past twenty-four hours and 144 deaths.

The latest statistics over the past seven days mean that there is a decrease in new infections by 21.2% compared to the previous seven-day period from February 15-21, and deaths decreased by 33.5%.

“Super Corona” raises concern in Britain after the discovery of cases of the virus

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The British government has confirmed the discovery of about six infections in the United Kingdom with the Brazilian Corona virus strain, which was first identified in the Manaus region of the Amazon in Brazil.

A government statement said: Two of the three cases were discovered in the county of Gloucestershire, southwest of England, for a family who came from Brazil; While the third case has nothing to do with either case, further investigations are underway.

The statement added that three cases of the Brazilian mutant have been identified in Scotland, but those injuries are not linked to the cases in England.

Dr Susan Hopkins, Director of Strategic Response to COVID-19, said: “We have identified these cases thanks to our ability to detect virus strains, which means that we may find more variants and mutations of the Coronavirus than many other countries, and thus we can take action quickly.”

She added, “The important thing to remember is that the COVID-19 virus, regardless of type, spreads the same way. This means that measures to prevent its spread do not change.”

Health officials say “potential” vaccines may be less effective against them, but more work is needed to determine whether this is the case. And overshadowed the phrase “Super Covid” on the designation of the new Brazilian strain, which may have been wreaking havoc in the population since last July. Although Britain has succeeded in vaccinating about 20 million people; However, fears of the new Brazilian strain may hinder the success of vaccination campaigns.

Britain has suffered from the highest death toll from Covid-19 disease in Europe, about 122,849 deaths currently, and the heaviest economic shock among the major rich countries, according to official data, according to “Sky News”.

Official data showed a total of 20.09 million people in Britain received the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine. While about 800 thousand received the second dose of it.

Britain said last week: More than one in three adults had received the first dose of the vaccine.

Britain also recorded 6,035 new infections during the past twenty-four hours and 144 deaths.

The latest statistics over the past seven days mean that there is a decrease in new infections by 21.2% compared to the previous seven-day period from February 15-21, and deaths decreased by 33.5%.

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Hopkins: It is spreading the same way, and that means measures to prevent it from spreading do not change

The British government has confirmed the discovery of about six infections in the United Kingdom with the Brazilian Corona virus strain, which was first identified in the Manaus region of the Amazon in Brazil.

A government statement said: Two of the three cases were discovered in the county of Gloucestershire, southwest of England, for a family who came from Brazil; While the third case has nothing to do with either case, further investigations are underway.

The statement added that three cases of the Brazilian mutant have been identified in Scotland, but those injuries are not linked to the cases in England.

Dr Susan Hopkins, Director of Strategic Response to COVID-19, said: “We have identified these cases thanks to our ability to detect virus strains, which means that we may find more variants and mutations of the Coronavirus than many other countries, and thus we can take action quickly.”

She added, “The important thing to remember is that the COVID-19 virus, regardless of type, spreads the same way. This means that measures to prevent its spread do not change.”

Health officials say “potential” vaccines may be less effective against them, but more work is needed to determine whether this is the case. And overshadowed the phrase “Super Covid” on the designation of the new Brazilian strain, which may have been wreaking havoc in the population since last July. Although Britain has succeeded in vaccinating about 20 million people; However, fears of the new Brazilian strain may hinder the success of vaccination campaigns.

Britain has suffered from the highest death toll from Covid-19 disease in Europe, about 122,849 deaths currently, and the heaviest economic shock among the major rich countries, according to official data, according to “Sky News”.

Official data showed a total of 20.09 million people in Britain received the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine. While about 800 thousand received the second dose of it.

Britain said last week: More than one in three adults had received the first dose of the vaccine.

Britain also recorded 6,035 new infections during the past twenty-four hours and 144 deaths.

The latest statistics over the past seven days mean that there is a decrease in new infections by 21.2% compared to the previous seven-day period from February 15-21, and deaths decreased by 33.5%.





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