How Three Types Of The New Coronavirus Swept Across The Globe

The a team of sleuthing detectives and scientists at the University of Cambridge have tracked the genetic mutations of the novel coronavirus to see how COVID-19 are swept across in the globe.Their research has revealed three branches on the family tree of SARS-CoV-2 and the coronavirus responsible for the respiratory infection COVID-19 but which they call A,B and C.

Type A is the original human virus genome and is the closest type of coronavirus to the one seen in both bats and pangolins two species suspected of playing a role in the transmission of SARS CoV 2 from animals to humans.A gave rise to B which was prevalent in patients from Wuhan as well as much of China and East Asia.

It appears that A emerged in the human population in the Chinese city of Wuhan in Hubei province but it was not actually the citys predominant virus type.Type B then mutated to create Type C the variant seen across much of Europe most notably among the early patients from France Italy Sweden and the UK.

Cronavirus de ne dekho kehre tin khatrnak roop te eh kithe kithe hun jada asar karda pea hai asia de desa ch india to bina dekho eh poori full video.Mainland China appeared to have no cases of this variant, although it was also found in Singapore,Hong Kong,South Korea and other parts of East Asia.

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