Indian strain of coronavirus found two delta plus mutations

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Indian strain of coronavirus found two delta plus mutations

Scientists from the UK have found two variants of the delta plus mutation in the Indian strain of the coronavirus. This is reported in a published report by the Health Service of England (PHE).

Previously, only one variant of the mutation of the Indian strain COVID-19 was known, which is designated as AY.1. It has already spread to the UK, Switzerland, Portugal, Poland and Japan. A new variant of the delta plus virus was discovered in the United States and was named AY.2.

On June 25, it became known that the first case of infection with the delta plus strain of coronavirus was recorded in Russia.

A mutation similar to the Indian delta plus variant was first recorded in Europe, and it also occurs in the South African variant. Ancha Baranova, professor at the School of Systems Biology at George Mason University in the United States, explained that the danger of the “delta plus” strain is that the coronavirus can get away from the “cocktail” of antibodies, including vaccines and serums.

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