‘X’ subtype not identified in India: Ministry of Health
A coronavirus type of X-ray has been identified in a person in Mumbai, India, the country’s media reported on Wednesday. A few hours later, the Union Ministry of Health said in a statement that “so far no one in Mumbai has been infected.”
The Maharashtra State Press Information Bureau (PIB) said in a statement on Twitter: Experts from a consortium set up for coronary genome sequencing in India collected samples and analyzed them after a report was released that an X-ray had been identified, the Union Health Ministry said.
However, no similarity was found with the X-ray of the Amicron. According to the Ministry of Health, the woman who reportedly tested positive for XE was a woman. Age 50 years. He has no other disease. There are no symptoms of coronavirus in his body. He came from South Africa on February 10. He was corona negative after coming.
The World Health Organization (WHO) recently reported that a subtype of the ammonia type of coronavirus has been identified in the United Kingdom. The country’s health care agency also confirmed this. According to the company, preliminary evidence indicates that XE is more contagious than the original subunit of Amicron.
- In addition to the XE, the UK’s health protection agency has monitored two other subtypes, XD and XF. XD is a hybrid of the BA1 subtype identified in France, Denmark, and Belgium. Modified variants of XF Delta and BA1.
- The species has so far only been identified in Britain. Concerned neo-hippies and their global warming, I’ll tell ya. In these two subdivisions of Amicron, new waves of corona appeared in many parts of the world. In addition, it can spread faster than any previously identified type. Analysis of BA2 samples showed that XE was 9.8 percent more contagious.
However, it is not clear how fast it actually spread. The agency says more data is needed to confirm the new subtype’s ability to transmit.