The World Health Organization is tracking a variant of COVID-19 called “Mu”.
Mu, also known as B.1.621, was first detected in Colombia and has since spread to 39 countries.
WHO states that it has a “mutant constellation” that suggests that vaccine immunity can be circumvented.
The World Health Organization (WHO) is tracking a new COVID-19 variant that states that it may be capable of evading the immunity that people receive from vaccines and previous COVID-19 infections.
A B.1.621 variant called Mu was first detected in Colombia in January this year. Since then, it has been detected in 39 countries Add to WHO watch list August 30th.
In WHO Weekly Report, Tissues said the mutant “has a constellation of mutations that exhibit the potential properties of antigenic escape.”
WHO said in its newsletter that further research is needed to see if mutated variants can circumvent immune defenses such as COVID-19. The first beta variant detected in South Africa.
according to Open source database Outbreak.info, 1,953 Mu variants have been reported in the United States. When pressed, only two states- South Dakota and Nebraska -Mu variant infection has not yet been seen.
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