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COVID Strain Discovered In Japan, Another “Mutant” Variant?

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According to local media reports cited by RT,  a new COVID mutant strain was found in four people who flew into Japan from Brazil. The passengers tested positive for COVID-19 in an airport quarantine, per the ministry of health.

Japan’s new variant was detected by the National Institute of Infectious Diseases, which has thoroughly studied the samples taken from the four travelers mentioned above.

In a different article the NYT, reporting on COVID mutations, the case is made that it will take years to vaccinate enough people to stop the spread of COVID-19.

The UK strain of the virus has also been found in the country, despite Japan being among the nations to ban travel from Britain.

Since the start of the pandemic, Japan has recorded more than 283,000 infections and over 3,800 deaths related to the coronavirus.

Despite vaccine-makers’ insistence that their shots will protect against infection from the new variants, the NYT insists that the vaccine alone will not be enough to get ahead of the virus: It will take years to inoculate enough people to limit its evolution

One must wonder if this new socially isolated and extremely limited life billions of people worldwide are having to live, will be normal for years on end? Even more alarming even with the social distancing and strict rules imposed worldwide, the virus is spreading and mutating

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