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Efforts should be stepped up to quickly identify and study emerging variants of the COVID-19-causing SARS-CoV-2 virus, UN World Health Organization (WHO) scientists said on Tuesday.  |Efforts should be stepped up to quickly identify and study emerging variants of the COVID-19-causing SARS-CoV-2 virus, UN World Health Organization (WHO) scientists said on Tuesday. 

Step up surveillance of emerging coronavirus variants, WHO urges | | UN News

On Tuesday alone, we recorded 3,309 cases, the highest daily infections to date. It is war by another name. Like in a war, we must all, without exception, take up arms against the coronavirus. All the enemy needs is just one of us to falter and fumble.

NST Leader: Stop the virus | New Straits Times

As the British coronavirus variant occupies countries' pandemic plans due to its increased transmissibility, other mutations to the SARS-CoV-2 are provoking concern among scientists who are scrambling ...

New virus mutation raises vaccine questions

Dr Ravi Gupta, professor of microbiology at the University of Cambridge, said this mutation is 'the most worrying of all'.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Europe News -Dr Ravi Gupta, professor of microbiology at the University of Cambridge, said this mutation is 'the most worrying of all'.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

New Covid-19 virus mutation detected in South Africa raises vaccine questions, Europe News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Scientists express concern over E484K strain, which Cambridge microbiologist warns 'could be the start of problems for spike vaccines' developed by Pfizer, ModernaScientists express concern over E484K strain, which Cambridge microbiologist warns 'could be the start of problems for spike vaccines' developed by Pfizer, Moderna

South African virus mutation raises questions over vaccine effectiveness | The Times of Israel

The presence of COVID-19 in a skin biopsy of an Italian woman, 25, from November 2019, is the latest evidence that the virus was circulating in the country much earlier than February 2020, researchers say.

Fresh evidence emerges of COVID-19 in Italy earlier than first thought - CGTN

The new variants of the virus can spread like wildfire, and all of us have a role to play in keeping them out of the community. I have to admit, when I first heard UK prime minister Boris Johnson talking about a new, more transmissible strain of SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for Covid-19, parThe new variants of the virus can spread like wildfire, and all of us have a role to play in keeping them out of the community. I have to admit, when I first heard UK prime minister Boris Johnson talking about a new, more transmissible strain of SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for Covid-19, par

Siouxsie Wiles: What the new, more infectious strains of Covid-19 mean for us | The Spinoff

The total number of persons found to be positive with the new UK variant genome stands at 102, according to the Health Ministry.The new SARS-CoV-2 variant, B.1.1.7, was first seen in Greater London in the third week of September and has since spread to other countries as well.The total number of persons found to be positive with the new UK variant genome stands at 102, according to the Health Ministry.The new SARS-CoV-2 variant, B.1.1.7, was first seen in Greater London in the third week of September and has since spread to other countries as well.

How the new coronavirus variant quickly accumulated 102 mutations in India - Oneindia News

As the British coronavirus variant occupies countries' pandemic plans due to its increased transmissibility, other mutations to the Sars-CoV-2 are provoking concern among scientists who are scrambling to work out if they will still respond to vaccines. As the British coronavirus variant occupies countries' pandemic plans due to its increased transmissibility, other mutations to the Sars-CoV-2 are provoking concern among scientists who are scrambling to work out if they will still respond to vaccines.

New coronavirus mutation raises vaccine questions | CTV News