Countries on alert again as a new covid-19 variant has ‘popped-in’ and spreading quickly
The world has not yet finished combating the ongoing covid-19 pandemic, but another danger ‘looms’, as a new variant has been detected.
Doctors have revealed that, the new covid-19 variant (Omicron), has a high number of mutation, because according to doctors, it could be more transmissible and more likely to evade immune responses, than the previous forms of COVID-19 viruses.
The omicron variant, since its detection, has started spreading to countries such as Germany Belgium, Botswana, , Hong Kong, Israel, Italy, and the United Kingdom, meaning the variant has already spread — though how far is unclear, as new cases continue cropping up around the world.
It is still not clear, whether the vaccines currently available can be use against it
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