Prevention Of New Transformations, He Banned Flights From 6 African Countries

On November 25, London announced that 6 African countries would be added to the 'Red List' of his travel after the UK medical security agency warned a concern about the new variant of Corona virus Spread rapidly in Africa. New Corona virus supervisor Super-infectious Minister of Health United Kingdom Sajid Javid said, flights to England from South Africa, Namibia, Lesotho, Botswana, Eswatini and Zimbabwe will be paused Operation from Friday noon (London hour). The UK people returning from the above 6 countries to be a 10-day isolation at the hotel. Sajid Javid said: "You are investigating this new variant. We need more data but preventive measures Need to do it now

. The new variant identified in South Africa can be easier to transmit than the Delta strain and the types of vaccines that we can exist are less effective for this type of virus ". At this time, the United Kingdom has not detected this new variation in domestic patients. On November 26, South African officials announced a summary with the World Health Organization (WHO) and the distributed WHO Type B
1.529 is a "Variant being monitored." South Africa faces a Finni-african outbreak, like most countries in the region, had to suffer three cases of Covid-19 since When the pandemic began. On November 25, South Africa Minister Joe Phaahla said it was unclear this new variant (B.1.1.529), where the first appearance. So far the virus has been recorded in South Africa, Botswana and Hong Kong (China). Tulio de Oliveira, director of the Innovation Center and Responding to South Africa's disease, said this variant has many More mutations and will probably spread very quickly. People advise people to try to avoid crowded events to avoid infection
South Africa officials said it is necessary to conduct more research to understand the severity Clinically of this new variant compared to previous variants. CNN

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