It is reported that British coronavirus strains have now been found in California and Colorado, and senior health experts have emphasized the need for mitigation measures to prevent the spread of the virus.
Coronavirus B.1.1.7. The variant is said to be more transmissible than COVID-19, but it is not believed to be more toxic or resistant to vaccines and treatments.
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California Governor Gavin Newsom (Gavin Newsom) announced on Wednesday that a new coronavirus has been discovered in Southern California. At the same time, after the confirmed case, Colorado officials are investigating another “highly suspicious”
US surgeon Jerome Adams assured Americans on Thursday that the recently approved coronavirus vaccine appears to be effective against this new strain, but he urged caution before the New Year’s Eve holiday.
Adams told the ABC’s “Good Morning America” host: “You should be worried about the vaccines you have and know that the vaccines seem to be still working.” There have been conversations. But more contagious changes mean that we must follow those basic public health measures, especially during the New Year period this year.”
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In addition, Fox News medical contributor Dr. Nicole Safir said that although this new infectious strain has incomplete virus transmission, it will be more difficult to control.
Safir told Fox: “In the end, this only means that it may be a little difficult to contain the virus, but we can no longer control its spread, which is why we must continue to wear masks, keep away from ourselves and encourage people to get vaccinated. The first “host on Thursday.
Morgan Phillips and Alexandria Hein of Fox News contributed to this report.