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People line up to test themselves at Wavertree Sports Park in Liverpool, where a new virus type has been discovered.  Photo gallery.

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People line up to test themselves at Wavertree Sports Park in Liverpool, where a new virus type has been discovered. Photo gallery.

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People line up to test themselves at Wavertree Sports Park in Liverpool, where a new virus type has been discovered.  Photo gallery.

Photo: Jon Super / AP / TT

People line up to test themselves at Wavertree Sports Park in Liverpool, where a new virus type has been discovered. Photo gallery.

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Two different types of coronavirus have been identified in England. They have some similarities with mutations that were discovered in South Africa and Brazil. The British government’s Virus Committee has announced that one of the new variants is classified as of concern.

To date, 76 cases of the new variant have been recorded in the UK. The worrying virus mutation was first recognized in Bristol, while the other mutation was discovered in Liverpool and is still under investigation.

Both new variants have the same mutation in the so-called spike protein that has been observed in virus variants in South Africa and Brazil, which has caused international concern. Spike protein is what the virus uses to enter the body’s cells. Despite the mutation, British authorities say they are confident that the vaccine will affect the new variants.

PODD Mutations, Astra Zeneca and Global Grafting

Aftonbladet Daily with Farshid Jalalvand, Research Assistant in Clinical Microbiology at Lund University.

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