Study: British variants dabbling in the US every day

According to a study released on the MedRixive server on Sunday, British coronavirus strain is doubling every 10 days in the US.

Researchers speculate that the British version is likely to cause major stress in the US by March, posing a potential risk of increased cases and deaths, although the study has not yet been peer-reviewed or published in a medical journal.

“Our study shows that the US is on a similar trajectory as other countries where B.1.1.7 has become an increasingly prominent SARS-CoV-2 variant, with COVID-19 immediately reducing morbidity and mortality And decisive action is required, ”according to the study.

“The paper is nothing surprising in this, but people need to see it,” said Kristian Anderson, co-author of the study and a virologist at the Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, California. The New York Times reported.

Researchers have estimated that according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, British Hill has spread to at least 33 states.

Scientists suspect that stress makes up a high percentage of coronovirus cases in many states, such as Florida, where 4.5% of cases are estimated to come from variant.

This compares to making the British version an estimated 2% of all cases in the US, according to the Times. This means that 1,000 more people can contract stress every day.

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