WHO: New Corona Variants Already in Dozens of Countries
The dreaded new variants of the coronavirus are spreading around the world. The World Health Organization (WHO) reports that the so-called British coronavirus variant has been detected in at least 50 countries and territories.
The South African variant of the virus has surfaced in 20 places.
The new corona variants are seen as more contagious, and this is causing international concern—dozens of countries, restricted travel from the United Kingdom when the new variant was established there.
That happened for the first time on December 14. Four days later, the South African authorities also reported a new variant.
The British variant has also surfaced in the Netherlands. Ernst Kuipers, chairman of the National Network Acute Care (LNAZ), raised the Lower House’s alarm about the possible consequences.
He warned that no healthcare system can cope with such a rapid spread of the number of corona infections in England now due to the new variant when the pressure on hospitals is so great. , you always come across limits somewhere. “