A new strain of corona is spreading rapidly in the United States and Britain

A new strain of corona is spreading rapidly in the United States and Britain After the World Health Organization announced that the world was close to eliminating the Corona virus, medical sources revealed the rapid spread of a new mutated virus, in several countries around the world, especially the United States and Britain. Concerns are rising as the number of cases rises.  A new strain of the Corona virus has begun to spread in several countries around the world.  This rapid spread, especially in the United States and Britain, has raised growing concerns and fears in the world.  In this context, "Science Alert" said that BA.4.6 is a sub-variable of the Covid virus, and it quickly gained momentum in the United States, and is spreading in the United Kingdom.  And the latest document on Covid variables from the British Health Security Agency indicated that the BA.4.6 mutant made up about 3.3% of the samples in the United Kingdom this week. Since then, the number of cases has rapidly increased to nearly 9%.  In the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, BA.4.6 now accounts for more than 9% of recent cases across the United States.  The variable has also been observed in many other countries around the world.  Science Alert said the new variant does not appear to cause severe symptoms of the disease, although it may be more able to evade the immune system, compared to previous variants.  While Oxford University reported that people who received three doses of the original Covid vaccine "Pfizer" produced fewer antibodies in response to BA.4.6 compared to BA.4 or BA.5. This is a matter of concern to scientists.  This announcement coincides with the assertion by the Director-General of the World Health Organization, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, that the world is closer than ever to eliminating the Covid-19 epidemic, which has claimed the lives of millions of people since the end of 2019.  According to the latest epidemiological report published by the World Health Organization and devoted to the Covid-19 epidemic, the number of infections decreased by 12% during the week of August 29 to September 4, compared to the previous week, reaching about 4.2 million new infections.

After the World Health Organization announced that the world was close to eliminating the Corona virus, medical sources revealed the rapid spread of a new mutated virus, in several countries around the world, especially the United States and Britain. Concerns are rising as the number of cases rises.

A new strain of the Corona virus has begun to spread in several countries around the world.

This rapid spread, especially in the United States and Britain, has raised growing concerns and fears in the world.

In this context, "Science Alert" said that BA.4.6 is a sub-variable of the Covid virus, and it quickly gained momentum in the United States, and is spreading in the United Kingdom.

And the latest document on Covid variables from the British Health Security Agency indicated that the BA.4.6 mutant made up about 3.3% of the samples in the United Kingdom this week. Since then, the number of cases has rapidly increased to nearly 9%.

In the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, BA.4.6 now accounts for more than 9% of recent cases across the United States.

The variable has also been observed in many other countries around the world.

Science Alert said the new variant does not appear to cause severe symptoms of the disease, although it may be more able to evade the immune system, compared to previous variants.

While Oxford University reported that people who received three doses of the original Covid vaccine "Pfizer" produced fewer antibodies in response to BA.4.6 compared to BA.4 or BA.5. This is a matter of concern to scientists.

This announcement coincides with the assertion by the Director-General of the World Health Organization, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, that the world is closer than ever to eliminating the Covid-19 epidemic, which has claimed the lives of millions of people since the end of 2019.

According to the latest epidemiological report published by the World Health Organization and devoted to the Covid-19 epidemic, the number of infections decreased by 12% during the week of August 29 to September 4, compared to the previous week, reaching about 4.2 million new infections.
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