Scientists in Britain are investigating whether the new corona virus can spread to children

London, ta. Tuesday, December 22, 2020

The new corona virus that has spread to the UK has been identified as the variant Under Investigation-VUI 202012/1 or B.1.1.7. Investigating how it affects children.

The government’s New and Emerging Respiratory Virus Threat Advisory Group (Nervtag) is monitoring data on virus types from more than 40 countries. Arrival in the UK has been blocked so that it does not spread to other countries.

Children were not previously infected with the virus. The reason for this is that the gate from where the virus spreads to the human cell, called the ACER receptor, was less common in children and did not infect them. But Wendy Barclay, a professor of neurotagging, said the new mutant of the virus could easily break through the gate and now children could be infected.

Now children can become corona victims just like adults. Meanwhile, British Prime Minister Boris Jones announced that five million people had been vaccinated against Corona, saying that this ray of hope gave rise to confidence that the Corona epidemic could be successfully countered.

The government’s chief scientific advisor, Sir Patrick Wallace, said the new strain of the corona virus had spread. It is not limited to a particular region. This means that the government will now be forced to impose strict restrictions. In the UK, the police have the right to impose heavy fines on anyone who violates Corso’s restrictions.

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