Health Minister Fahrettin Koca After the Scientific Committee Meeting last night, he made a press release and answered the questions that the public was curious about. In our country Coronavirus cases Announcing the latest situation regarding the Minister, new cases 85 percent are British variants told.
Shortly after Husband’s comments The Lancet Infectious Diseases published a remarkable article about the British mutated coronavirus. B.1.1.7. code-named mutated Kovid-19 virus There have been some facts about which everyone is wrong.
Striking truth misunderstood about British mutated coronavirus
In the study conducted by a team of London researchers, the total 496 to was examined. In this context, the British mutation Coronavirus is not linked to the increased contagiousness of the pandemic virus or the possibility of hospitalization, according to new research. Hence illness, death or other clinical consequences It does not differ in either variant.
The Lancet Infectious Diseases magazine interprets the research conducted with the following sentences:
“There is emerging evidence that the transmissibility of B.1.1.7 is increased. However, according to our data, there are no major differences between the B.1.1.7 variant and the non-mutated variant. We could not identify an association between the British mutation and the risk of serious illness.”
Allegations of link between blood type and Kovid-19
People with type A blood group were more susceptible to coronavirus during the first period of the pandemic; It was suggested that individuals with type 0 blood group had less risk. Last week Johns Hopkins Health Safety CenterThe report published by Coronavirus with blood group brought an answer to the question of whether there is a concrete link between them.
In the study covering three states 108 thousand patients has been examined. Accordingly, blood types Sensitivity to Kovid-19 It turned out that it does not cause any seriousness about it. But experts gender, age and ethnicity He said that such factors as can increase susceptibility to the disease.