What is New Covid-19? do you know about the new virus detected in Vietnam? Vietnam has managed to control the coronavirus through airports and strict stops and monitoring, early screening, and monitoring of airports, but now the new virus has spread to Vietnam.
Initially, the virus was found to share a long border with China but there were not many cases reported, but the mutation virus is now spreading.
Bengaluru News: Vietnam has successfully managed to control the coronavirus through airports and strict stops and monitoring, passenger early screening and monitoring, while the now-spreading new virus has become a headache for Vietnam.
Yes, when the virus was first discovered, there were not many cases of it sharing a long border with China, but the mutation virus now spreading is spreading.
What is this new mutant breed found in Vietnam?
Earlier this week, the Vietnamese government discovered a new variant of the Coronavirus, a combination of mutations found in India and Britain. This has been described by Vietnam’s Health Minister Nguyen Than as very dangerous.
Viruses mutate all the time and more, but some viruses can become more infectious. Since COVID-19 was first identified in January 2020, thousands of mutations have been detected.
Vietnam has unveiled the new Covid-19 variant of the two existing variants found in India and the UK, ”Nguyen said earlier this week.
The Southeast Asian country has previously detected seven virus variants: B.1.222, B.1.619, D614G, B.1.1.7 – the UK variant, known as B.1.351, A.23.1 and B.1.617.2.
According to the Vietnamese government, these viruses spread rapidly through the air. “The unique feature of this mutant virus is that it spreads rapidly in the air. The virus concentration in the throat fluids rapidly increases and spreads to the surrounding environment,” the health minister said.
However, the World Health Organization says its virus Evolution Working Group is working with authorities in Vietnam to confirm the new coronavirus mutation after confirming four suspected new infected people.
Who gets in trouble with this new virus?
The COVID-19 variant – known as B.1.617.2 last October – is more widespread than the UK / Kent B.1.1.7 variant.
However, there is no evidence that any variants of the coronavirus cause serious illness for the majority of people.
Is this mutation virus really a concern?
The new species of coronavirus found in Vietnam has not yet been evaluated, the World Health Organization said. The mutation detected in Vietnam is B.1.617.2, probably with an additional mutation, “said Maria van Kerkhov of the World Health Organization.
There are thousands of variants of Covid worldwide. Viruses mutate all the time and most of the changes are improbable. The virus is currently classified as follows.
Alpha: The UK or Kent variant (also known as B.220.127.116.11), which is prevalent in Britain – has been identified in more than 200,000 cases – and has spread to more than 50 countries, and again it seems to transform.
Bita: The South Africa variant (B.1.351) has been identified in at least 20 countries, including the UK.
Gaama: Brazil transformation (P.1) has spread to more than 10 countries.
Delta: The mutation was first detected in India (B.617.2), with more than 3,000 cases in the UK.