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'Super Variant' Warning From England! The Scariest Scenario for Coronavirus!

'Super Variant' Warning From England! The Scariest Scenario for Coronavirus!

The coronavirus, which first appeared in Wuhan, China in the last days of 2019 and spread to the world from there, continues to be the number one common agenda of our planet


The virus has infected 10 million people around the world, and more than 4 million people have fallen victim to the virus.The coronavirus has been on the agenda with variants lately. The most notable of these variants is Delta, which WHO describes as "worrying".

However, it seems that Delta is not the only variant on the agenda of the scientific world, which is shown as the main responsible for the increase in cases worldwide.

Because, a study conducted in England has put forward the claim that a "super variant" may emerge with the combination of a few of the more infectious and deadly variants such as Alpha, Beta, Delta, and Gamma.

The report, published by the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) in the UK, stated that a new coronavirus variant could be as deadly as MERS, which has a 35 percent mortality rate.


In the report prepared by scientists working at SAGE, which advises the government, it was also underlined that the mutation in question may be more resistant to vaccines and drugs.


The scientists said the possibility of a more lethal variant is a 'realistic possibility and will have a huge impact on the UK's death rate progress.


The scientists also warned that the overuse of drugs could lead to more mutant strains. Experts have advised doctors to only prescribe in the most serious cases of Covid.


The research in question also hosts a good scenario... According to the research, it was considered "a realistic possibility in the long term" that the virus has the potential to cause less serious disease with the continuation of Kovid mutations.

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