The World Health Organization (WHO) says new strains of the corona virus have rapidly replaced the initial outbreaks in Britain, India, the United States, South Africa and Brazil.
The World Health Organization (WHO) is closely monitoring 10 new strains of the corona virus worldwide.
Two of these species were discovered in the United States, while one belongs to India, which is thought to be the main cause of the second wave of Corona there.
The new epidemic of the corona virus is emerging on a daily basis as the virus continues to grow.
Only a few of the new species are on the World Health Organization’s list of variants of interest or variants of concern.
These types contain mutations that make them potentially more contagious, more lethal, and more resistant to vaccines or treatments.
The WHO has listed Type B117 discovered in the UK, Type B1351 discovered in South Africa and Type P1 discovered in Brazil as of concern.
In addition, the type B1617 discovered in India is currently on the list of warrants of interest, but the company officials say that more research will be able to find out about this type.
Experts say that many types of viruses are circulating around the world and each of them should be properly analyzed.
WHO experts say new varieties are emerging on a daily basis.
Other variants on the list of variants of interest include B1525 (first in the UK and Nigeria), B1427 / B1429 (in the US), P2 (in Brazil), P3 (Japan and Included in the Philippines), S477N (discovered in the US) and B1616 (first discovered in France).
According to the WHO, experts in these countries are trying to identify new species and understand the situation that arises from them.
The WHO says the international community must work together. Disturbing trends have been observed in several countries, with a worrying increase in the number of cases in some, and an increase in hospital and ICU admissions.
These are the countries that have not yet had access to vaccines.