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Coronavirus Death Risk

This might be terrible news about the UK coronavirus mutation

February 6th, 2021

A preliminary coronavirus study from the UK indicates that the B.1.1.7 mutation is deadlier than other versions of the virus. The researchers analyzed mortality rates for non-hospitalized people who tested positive for COVID-19 from November through mid-January and discovered the mutation might be deadlier for all age groups, genders, and ethnicities, and especially for older …

UK Coronavirus Mutation

CDC is trying to find out if the UK coronavirus mutation is deadlier

January 25th, 2021

The CDC is investigating reports from the UK that the B.1.1.7 mutation is deadlier than other strains. UK prime minister Boris Johnson said on Friday that the mutation is causing more deaths. A preliminary report showed that the mortality rate has increased by 30% in patients infected with the recently-discovered COVID-19 strain. Boris Johnson stunned …

Coronavirus Mutation

Coronavirus vaccines and mutations: New studies deliver good and bad news

January 21st, 2021

The UK and South African coronavirus mutations are spreading rapidly, fueling record surges in the two nations. The two strains are more infectious than other variants and have reached many other countries, with researchers and health officials worrying about their potential impact on vaccines. A new study shows that the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine can neutralize the …

Coronavirus Mutation

CDC says there’s no evidence of a new USA coronavirus mutation

January 10th, 2021

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said in a statement that there is no highly contagious coronavirus strain that evolved in the US. The CDC contradicted a White House coronavirus task force report sent in early January to states that said a new US strain might be fueling the surge in cases. The …

Coronavirus Mutation

South African coronavirus mutation might be a threat to vaccines

January 4th, 2021

British health officials are more worried about the South African coronavirus mutation than the UK mutation. British Health Secretary Matt Hancock said of the South African strain that it is a ”very significant problem,” and that’s why the UK blocked travel to the country. Researchers still need to determine whether current vaccines will work on …