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Killer Corona became more lethal

Killer Corona became more lethal:World's first 'double infection' of corona: 2 patients found 2 variants of corona together



Examination of patients in Brazil found that two corona patients were infected with two corona variants simultaneously.

For the first time in the world, cases of 'double infection' of corona have been reported. Examination of patients in Brazil found that two corona patients were infected with two corona variants simultaneously. Researchers at the University of Feville in Brazil studied a sample of 90 patients infected with corona, during which they obtained this result.

More than one corona variant is
reported to be spreading rapidly in Brazil , according to reports of two people who were diagnosed with a double infection. Their samples were taken from Rio Grande do Sul in northern Brazil. The first patient was found to be infected with two Brazilian corona variants. These variants are named P.1 and P.2.


P.1 and P.2 variants of the corona virus were first seen in different states of Brazil. There is growing concern about the P.1 variant, as it is thought that the effect of the vaccine may be less on this variant.

Possibility of transition from two corona variants simultaneously: Specialists
found P.2 and B.1.91 variants together in another patient who suffered a double infection. The B.1.91 variant was first found in Sweden. This discovery by Brazilian scientists has not yet been independently confirmed, but many experts around the world have said that it is possible for a patient to be infected with two variants at once.

The exchange of the genetic code in the body of two corona variants is possible
, said Dr. John Mc Cullum has confirmed that a patient can be infected with two strains at the same time. This is also possible in the flu. He warns that it is also biologically possible that variants of both corona collide with each other in the patient's body and even exchange genetic codes.

The study, from the University of Fivale in Brazil, is not currently published in a journal and has not been reviewed by other scientists, but lead researcher Fernando Spielki fears that co-infection could spread a new corona variant more quickly.

Mortality from corona is rising in Brazil



Brazil is currently experiencing a second wave of corona, with nearly 1,000 people dying every day. Concerns were raised when new strains of the corona virus were discovered.

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According to the Daily Mail, a senior scientist, speaking on condition of anonymity, also said that it was possible that Brazilian scientists had mistakenly obtained samples from each other during sequencing, which led to incorrect results. Brazil is currently experiencing a second wave of corona, with nearly 1,000 people dying every day.

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