Problem: Corona's new strain raised concern, Britain canceled airlines from six African countries


The new variant of the coronavirus being found in African countries has again raised concerns. In this episode, the United Kingdom has announced a temporary suspension of flights from six countries on Thursday. UK Health Secretary Sajid Javid has given this information. The decision to cancel the aircraft has been taken after the UK Health Protection Agency (UKHSA) declared variant B.1.1. More than 30 new cases have been found in South Africa, which are of new variants.


This variant is more dangerous than Delta
It is being told that this variant is more dangerous than Delta and Delta Plus. The UK's Health Protection Agency said in a statement, "Variants include a large number of spike protein mutations as well as mutations in other parts of the viral genome. These are potentially biologically important mutations that are important for vaccines, treatments, and transmission." may change the behavior of the virus in relation to the virus, which requires more investigation and precautions.

Health Secretary Javed said, "We are taking precautionary action to protect public health. We are also continuously strengthening the vaccination campaign. Winter is approaching, so we are monitoring the situation closely."


Review meeting may be held today
According to media reports, the World Health Organization (WHO) is convening an emergency meeting on Friday to discuss a potentially rapidly spreading COVID strain in South Africa and Botswana. Earlier, UK media reports said UK scientists had warned of the presence of a coronavirus strain in Botswana, which has 32 mutations.