Paris – New Nominated By the World Health Organization.The variables are addressed every week. Most of them pop up and then disappear quickly, others remain silent but never spread, and only add to the ranks of “a variety of anxieties.”
Therefore, it is unusual for a species temporarily identified in France more than a month ago, which failed to spread beyond a small initial cluster of cases, to make headlines this week. ۔
Probably a factor as to why they’re doing so poorly last week. , Led by the controversial scientist Dr. Didier Raoult. Who madeA household name.
Social media users insisted on a possible synonym with “I hate you” – and the variant registered as B.1.640.2 suddenly made headlines. As the world overcomes new strains of the virus, reports are trending online this week.
The species, which has 46 mutations and 36 omissions that make it genetically distinct from the original corona virus discovered in China, was first identified in November in the Marseille area in a man who recently I came back from Cameroon in Central Africa. Eleven more people, all connected to the passenger, were affected by what IHU recorded as a new category, as it tweeted on December 9.
It was the same week the first case.Was officially identified in France. Omicron is now half of all new corona viruses. – Giving rise to an increase that saw 335,000 new cases reported daily in the country on Wednesday. The “IHU” variant, on the other hand, has not been found in anyone since the first 12 people.
The World Health Organization has eased various concerns this week. “It’s on our radar,” Abidi Mahmoud, the WHO’s event manager for Cowade, told a press briefing in Geneva on Tuesday, noting that there was no greater threat.
Researchers who dubbed the variants of “IHU” pre-published a research paper on December 29, stating that this was another example of the unpredictability of the appearance of different forms of “SARS-CoV-2”. Is, and is another example of their introduction to the given geographical area from abroad. “
However, he concluded that “it is too early to speculate about the virological, epidemic or medical features of this type of IHU.”