3 cases of Govt-19 from Great Britain were confirmed

Three cases of infection with Covid-19 from Great Britain have been reported in Romania.

The mutation in the devastating virus has been on the rise in the UK in recent weeks. New variant, Genetic tax B.1.1.7, already found in 59 people in our country.

“Three new cases of SARS-CoV-2 infection have been reported, the National Center for Public Health – National Center for Surveillance and Infectious Diseases reported to the Ministry of Health today, New England Variation – Genetic Tax B.1.1 .7”, The Ministry of Health said in a statement sent on Tuesday, according to AerPress.

3 more cases of Govt-19 were found with UK variant

First, a 35-year-old woman from Bucharest returned home from Great Britain at the end of January.

Further, The disease is contagious And a 25-year-old woman from Close County. It has no history of traveling to the UK.

In Kovasna County, an 80-year-old man who did not travel to this country became ill with a new variant of the virus.

To date, CNSCPD has confirmed 59 infections with SARS-CoV-2, which is the new strain of the UK – genetic line B.1.1.7.

On Monday, February 8, two more unclean persons were reported: a child and a man from Bucharest.

Both of the finds are from Bucharest. It’s about a 49 – year – old man who has no history of traveling to the UK, about a newborn baby, and about contacting parents infected with the new corona virus.

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