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- Dec 21, 2020-

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and scientists confirmed that a new variant of the new coronavirus discovered in the UK is 70% more infectious than the ordinary new coronavirus. The British side said that the new variant may have been spread abroad, and the most urgent task at present is to ensure that this variant virus does not cause a higher mortality rate.

The British government announced on the 19th that London, the British capital, and parts of southeastern England and eastern England, will implement the highest level of "Level 4" blockade restrictions on the morning of the 20th to curb the spread of the virus. On that day, the British health agency confirmed more than 2 million people infected with new coronary pneumonia. However, it is not uncommon for the new coronavirus to mutate, and other variants have also been detected in other countries. South Africa said on December 18 that a new variant caused a second wave of infections in the region.

According to a Dutch media report on the 20th, after a new variant of the more contagious new coronavirus was discovered in the UK, the virus strain was also found in the Netherlands in early December. The Dutch government has decided to issue travel restrictions against the United Kingdom, requiring flights carrying British passengers to be banned from arriving in the Netherlands from December 20. The ban will last until January 1, 2021. 70% increase in infectiousness New variants of horror coronavirus emerge in the UK

On the 19th local time, the World Health Organization stated that it was in close contact with British officials regarding a new variant of the new coronavirus that emerged in the country. According to Reuters, WHO said on social media that the UK will continue to share research information and analysis results on this new variant of the new coronavirus, and WHO will also provide member states and the public with more information about this. The latest information on the characteristics and impact of virus variants. Earlier, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and scientists confirmed that a new variant of the new coronavirus discovered in the UK is 70% more infectious than the ordinary new coronavirus. British Prime Minister Johnson said at a news conference on the epidemic that day, from the 20th, London, southeast and east of England will be upgraded from the current three-level prevention and control level to four for a period of two weeks. The corresponding measures are similar to those in England this year. The large-scale “foot-free” measures implemented in September. British experts: look at virus variants objectively and rationally

On the 19th local time, the World Health Organization stated that it was in close contact with British officials regarding a new variant of the new coronavirus that emerged in the country. WHO stated on social media that the UK will continue to share research information and analysis results on this new variant of the new coronavirus, and WHO will also provide member states and the public with more information about the characteristics and impact of this virus variant The latest information in this regard. Earlier, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and scientists confirmed that a new variant of the new coronavirus discovered in the UK is 70% more infectious than the ordinary new coronavirus. The British side said that the new variant may have been spread abroad, and the most urgent task at present is to ensure that this variant virus does not cause higher mortality.

Alan Wilson, director of the Institute of Biomedical Science in the United Kingdom, said that the most important issue is whether the new coronavirus detection reagents currently in use can detect new variants and can be cured by early virus infections. Can the antibodies produced in the human body have the same level of immunity to the new variant? Alan McNally, a microbial genomics expert at the University of Birmingham, said that researchers are spending a lot of energy studying new strains and tracing the virus to its source. McNally said: "It is important to maintain a calm and rational view of this strain, because this is the normal evolution of the virus. We expect that over time, new variants will continue to appear and gradually disappear. ." Dr. Gary Marlowe, President of the British Medical Association London, said: “As a general practitioner working in London, I have witnessed a sharp increase in the number of patients who have tested positive for the virus recently. As the festival approaches, we cannot relax. alert."