Fear Of New Transformation, Who Held Urgent Meeting

The World Health Organization (WHO) will conduct a special meeting in today (November 26) to discuss the new strain of SARS-COV-2 named B.1.529 at risk. Spread. B

.1.1.529 The first discovered in Africa "We don't know much about this strain
What we know is that this strain has a large number of mutations. The worrying thing is that when there are too many mutations, it can affect the way of the virus, "said Dr. Maria Van Kerkhove, the team leader in response to Covid-19 of WHO, said yesterday ( November 25). This agency is closely monitoring B.1.529 and will open a special meeting today (November 26) to discuss the potential impact of this transformation to the vaccine and Phuong France Treatment. Van Kerkhove said that the research team will consider whether B.1.529 has become a worthy or disturbing variation or not, then WHO will name the strain according to the word The Greece. The BC B
1.529 has 32 mutations in prickly protein, which most of the vaccines used to create an anti-SARS-COV-2 immune system. Gai protein mutations can affect the ability of viral infection and spread speed as well as make immune cells that are more difficult to attack germs. Africa has recorded a few cases of this transformation. South Africa Minister Joe Phaahla said the transformational infection B.1.529 was also discovered in Botswana and Hong Kong (China). The scientific science is concerned that scientists are concerned that the structures B. 1,1,529 can help SARS-COV-2 immune immunity due to 32 mutations mutations. Tom Peacock, a virus expert at Royal London University (UK), has announced detailed information about variables New body on a genome shared website. "It's really worrying and should watch when it has such a high mutation," said Peacock. However, Mr. Peacock hopes to make a new variant as a "strange cluster" and not spread much . British medical security agencies are cooperating with scientific agencies around the world to monitor the status of SARS-COV-2 variants when they appear and grow globally. "The nature of the virus As a regular and random mutation, there is nothing unusual when detecting a small amount of cases of gathering new mutations. Any variant showed that evidence of the spread was evaluated quickly, "said Dr. Meera Chand, Director of Covid-19 of the British Medical Security Agency, reassuring everyone. Learning will continue to track B.1.529 to find signs that it is developing and spreading or spreading or not Ravi Gupta, clinical microorganism professor at Cambridge University (England) Detecting 2 of the mutations of B.1.529 increase the ability to infect and reduce the ability of antibody recognition. "This is definitely worrying if based on current mutations. However, an important characteristic of the virus we don't know is its ability to infect. Immunogenicity is only part of the picture of what might happen, "Mr. Gupta said." It is difficult to predict how it can infect this period. Currently it needs to follow Watching and analyzed, but there is no reason to worry too much unless it starts to increase frequency in the near future ", Professor Francois Balloux, director of UCL genetics institute (UK), said. In A related development, the British government on November 25 announced to include adding 6 African countries to "red list" on traveling activities after the health security agency of the country expressed a concern about variables. B.1.1.529. Israelime government on the same day also announced to bring a series of countries in southern Africa to "red warning" related to Covid-19 disease, including South Africa, Lesotho, Botswana , Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Namibia and Eswatini. Accordingly, foreigners from 7 countries will not be allowed to enter Israel.VGP News

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