The ICMR claimed in a tweet that no country has yet successfully isolated or ‘cultured’ the new type of SARS-Covey-2 found in Britain.
Coronavirus new strain: ICMR claimed in a tweet that no country has yet successfully isolated or ‘cultured’ the new type of SARS-Covey-2 found in Britain.
The ICMR claimed in a tweet that no country has yet successfully isolated or ‘cultured’ the new type of SARS-Covey-2 found in Britain. The ICMR said that the new type of virus encountered in Britain has been successfully isolated and cultured at the National Institute of Virology with all forms. Samples for this were collected from people returned from Britain.
India successfully cultures the new viral strain on the horizon (UK-variant of SARS-CoV-2). #ICMRFIGHTSCOVID19 #IndiaFightsCOVID19 #CoronaUpdatesInIndia #COVID19 #Unite2FightCorona @MoHFW_INDIA @PIB_India @DrHVoffice @drharshvardhan @AshwiniKChoubey icmr_niv pic.twitter.com/vaCMQMSHOJ
— ICMR (@ICMRDELHI) January 2, 2021
29 people have been found infected so far
It is noteworthy that the UK recently announced that a new type of virus has been found in people, which is up to 70 percent more contagious. The Union Health Ministry said on Friday that a total of 29 people have been confirmed infected in India so far by this new ‘strain’ of SARS-KOVI-2.
If found infected, they will be part of genome sequencing – MOHFW
The document related to ‘genome sequencing’ guidelines of the Union Ministry of Health states, “All international travelers who have arrived in India in the last 14 days (from 9 to 22 December), if they have symptoms and are found to be infected, they will be able to do Will be part.
According to the Airport Authority of India, a total of 10.44 lakh international passengers have visited and visited India in November this year. The new type of korana virus found in Britain has been found so far in Denmark, Netherlands, Australia, Italy, Sweden, France, Spain, Switzerland, Germany, Canada, Japan, Lebanon and Singapore.