Warning From The Name The World Is Spoken: It's Just a Matter Of Time To Coming Up With A More Deadly Variant!
Recently, there have been important statements about COVID-19, which has not fallen off the agenda with variants. Professor from the Wuhan Virology Laboratory, which is claimed to be the place where the coronavirus leaked. Shi Zhengli made a lot of warnings.
Coronavirus, which has been in our lives for about 2 years, has been on the agenda with variants recently. 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 the scientific reports submitted to the governments and the warnings from the scientific world are these proofs. The last name to participate in these discussions is Professor of the Wuhan Virology Laboratory. It was Shi Zhengli.
Shi, also known as the 'bat woman' due to the claim that the coronavirus leaked from the Wuhan Virology Laboratory under his administration, made a lot of warnings. According to the news in the British media, the scientist, who said, "New variants will continue to emerge," stated that it is only a matter of time before we see a more deadly variant called the "Doomsday" mutation.
"Because the number of infected cases is so high, this has provided more opportunities for the coronavirus to mutate and be selected," said Dr Zhengli, speaking to the company.
In other words, the Chinese scientist underlined that the increasing number of cases around the world allows more chances for the coronavirus to mutate. Dr Zhengli once again denied the claim that the virus had leaked from the facility where he worked.
Underlining that COVID-19 will continue to mutate and the world must learn to live with this virus, the scientist pointed out that vaccine skeptics should be vaccinated. Because experts are of the opinion that anti-vaccine opponents are the biggest obstacle to herd immunity, and this provides the necessary space for the virus to continue to mutate.