Corona's '11th' form reveals, researchers called it most dangerous
Corona's '11th' form reveals, researchers called it most dangerous
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New Delhi: Novel coronavirus spread all over the world from Wuhan city of China has created outcry. Its first case was revealed in Wuhan in Hubei province of China in December 2019, since then the virus has caught the whole world. Not only this, this deadly virus has transformed itself into 10 different types.

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In this there is a form of A2a. So far, 11 variants of this virus have been reported. Research has shown that the A2a type virus is more dangerous and is now spreading the most infections all over the world. A study by the National Institute of Biomedical Genomics, Kalyani Bengal (NIBG) has revealed that the A2a virus has spread throughout the world, replacing other types of viruses. This research done by Nidhan Viswas and Pratha Mazumdar is going to be published soon in the Indian Journal of Medical Research.

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Research has shown that the A2a virus is extremely dangerous and has the potential to infiltrate the lungs of humans extensively. The previous SARSCoV virus, which killed 800 people ten years ago and infected more than 8,000 people, also developed the ability to enter the lungs of humans. However, this ability was not as deadly as the A2a virus. According to research, the A2a virus has a fast transmission and this type of Covid-19 is spreading infection all over the world.

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