US CDC warns of spread of new COVID-19 strain

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Today, representatives of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention decided on a special report, inside which they indicated the registration of a new, even more infectious and rapidly spreading type of coronavirus COVID-19 – we are talking about a new strain of a new type of coronavirus called SARS-CoV-2 B 1.1 .7, which was originally discovered in the middle of December last year in the UK, and is now spreading faster and faster throughout most of the planet. It is worth noting the fact that the researchers spoke about him earlier, but now his danger has begun to manifest itself in full.

The fact is that a new strain of a new type of coronavirus, originally discovered in the UK, has a higher level of survivability and mobility, thereby continuing to spread faster across the United States and some European countries. It cannot be said, judging by preliminary analyzes and his studies, that he is a much more dangerous strain in comparison with the first, but there is hardly any doubt that it is much easier for him to carry out his distribution, precisely because of the slightly altered chemical structure.

So far, specialists from the US CDC Center say that the American public, in order to avoid an even higher threshold of infection, must comply with the main and secondary protection measures that were established in the middle of last year. In addition, experts from the Center point to the need to accelerate the extent and spread of vaccination, as preliminary studies indicate that it helps fight the strain.

However, it is still difficult to say how serious and large-scale the new strain is taking, since now we are talking about the need to choose the most effective set of measures that would help to suspend – and at best even stop – the spread of the new SARS-CoV-2 B strain. 1.1.7 in the United States, since it is now known that it is already present in ten states of the country.

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