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A new strain of micron has been detected in the UK, with a significant increase in cases this time around – the National Statistics Office (ONS) estimates that 4.9 million people were affected last week, up from 4.3 million in the previous week. The week of the year marks the new rise. The result of these increase controls and the sub-variation will be related to the impact of BA.2.
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Now, the World Health Organization says another mutation has been discovered – XE is a mutation of BA.1 (referred to as the original Ómicron) with BA.2, resulting in a virus. “Rejoined”. According to a WHO report released last week, and Quoted Fur The IndependentXE was first discovered in the UK on January 19, and early tests showed that it was highly contagious.
The XE variant belongs to the Ómicron, according to the report, “until significant differences in area and disease characteristics, including severity, are reported”.
Initial data The UK Health Safety Agency (UKHSA) and the WHO suggest that XE may be 10% more contagious than the BA.2 subtype. Still, Susan Hopkins of UKHSA, It says There is not enough data to make decisions about the prevalence, severity or efficacy of the vaccine. The UKHSA will continue to monitor the situation.
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