A World Health Organization official commented on the emergence of a new corona virus mutant emerging in France, containing 46 mutations, according to what was reported in a recently published study..
And the organization’s accident management director, Abdi Mahmoud, explained, according to “Forbes”, that the variable has not posed a significant threat since its first appearance in November..
The international official told a press conference in Geneva on Tuesday that the mutant “has been under investigation and has been on our radar since November, and we are monitoring it closely.” “It has many opportunities to spread,” he added.
French scientists revealed the new mutation in a study supported by the French government (not yet reviewed) and explained that it had infected 12 people living in a geographic area in south-eastern France..
The researchers mentioned, in the research paper, which was posted on the website medRxivThe first case is linked to a person who visited Cameroon in West Africa.
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