so called C 1.2.The coronavirus type was first identified in May in South Africa’s Mpumalanga and Gauteng provinces. Johannesburg and the capital, Pretoria, are located there. Since then, the virus has been found in seven other countries in Africa and Oceania, Asia in Europe.
Mutations on the virus are associated with increased transmissibility. They will also be better able to evade the antibodies. This is what the scientists mentioned in the study. “It is important to emphasize this in light of the current situation of mutations.”
The mutations have led to successive waves of the coronavirus. It happened with delta variableIt was first found in India. Delta is currently working to raise infection rates around the world. Mutations are first classified as “variants of interest” by the World Health Organization. Once they are determined to be more severe or transmissible, they are referred to as ‘variants of concern’.
C 1.2. It evolved from the C.1 virus. This is one of the strains of the coronavirus that was the most common variant during the first wave in South Africa, in the middle of 2020.
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The research has been published by South African Research Centers. The KwaZulu-Natal Research Innovation and Sequencing Platform, known as Krisp, and the National Institute of Infectious Diseases, among others, were involved in the study.
South African scientists also discovered a beta variant in 2020. However, when identifying the new variants for the first time in South Africa, the scientists confirmed that Not that they have their origins there too. (MAh)
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