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A new boom for Delta in Sweden.  Research suggests it may be more contagious

A new boom for Delta in Sweden. Research suggests it may be more contagious

A new mutation of the delta variant has been discovered in Sweden, which is considered to be more contagious and able to break the immunity of vaccinated people. The delta variant with the E484Q mutation has been detected in eight people to date.

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  • 1.
    A new mutation of the Corona virus in Sweden

  • 2.
    Symptoms of E484Q mutation

1. A new mutation of the Corona virus in Sweden

Eight cases of a new mutation Delta Discovered in Uppsala, a city located 70 km from Stockholm.

“While not much is known about the new strain, research shows that It may be more contagious– Inform Swedish researchers.

According to experts, the emergence of a new boom is associated with travel abroad.

“We take very seriously all variants against which vaccines may not provide complete protection. We are in a phase where outbreaks are highly related to events such as events and You have to be carefulexplained Mats Martinel, medical director of the sampling unit in the Uppsala region.

A new boom for Delta in Sweden.  Research suggests it may be more contagious

A new boom for Delta in Sweden. Research suggests it may be more contagious (Getty Images)

2. Symptoms of E484Q mutation

for symptoms of covid-19, including the newly discovered mutation, and includes:

And:

In Sweden, more than 1.11 million people have been infected with the COVID-19 virus so far. Two doses of the vaccine were taken, with a rate of 61.1%. Society.

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