Scientists at the Russian Vector Lab have now found a new isolate of the South African COVID-19 variant. Russian officials gave this information on 24 March. The COVID-19 epidemic has continued to strengthen its grip worldwide with new variants. These new variants of the virus are more deadly than previous infections. Rospotrebnadzor said in a statement on Wednesday that the South African variant, B.1.351, has been found in Russia.
The statement also stated that coronovirus isolates have now been deposited in the STAT virus collection, while research is also being done into whether the newly detected strain, which may be neutralized by antibodies, may be impregnated with the Russian vaccine. Evolving after. According to the National Infection Center of Johannesburg, the mutation of the virus has made it more durable for antibodies in the blood of people who cure the disease.
Earlier, the Union Ministry of Health of India gave a very worrying information on Wednesday. The ministry reported that a new “double mutant variant” of coronavirus has been found in 18 states of the country, in addition to several other strains or variants found abroad.
The Union Health Ministry stated, “Since INSACOG began its work, 771 variants (VOCs) have been detected in a total of 10787 positive samples shared by states / UTs. Of these, 736 positive samples have UK variants (B). .1.1.7). 34 samples have been found to be positive for viruses in the South African (B.1.351) variant. One sample was found to be positive for viruses from Brazil (P.1) variants. In 18 states of the country Samples with these VOCs have been identified. “
The total number of positive cases in India in the last 24 hours after COVID-19 47,262 new cases came to 1,17,34,058. After 275 new deaths, the total number of deaths has increased to 1,60,441. The total number of active cases in the country is 3,68,457 and the total number of discharged cases is 1,12,05,160.
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