Danish COVID mutation less susceptible to vaccine
According to the results of the survey, Danish doctors found a mutated coronavirus in some patients tested, reports the Ritzaus Bureau. According to experts, this mutation is very weakly susceptible to vaccine action. True, it is not specified which vaccine is in question.
It is noted that the mutation was identified back in May this year in Romania, and now it is already found in Ireland, the Czech Republic, and Switzerland.
In Denmark itself, the mutated virus was found in samples taken mainly in the area of the country's capital. So far, no fatalities have been reported in this regard.
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