Corona’s new Neocov variant increased tension, WHO said – more research is needed to know its potential danger

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Geneva : Chinese researchers have detected a new type of coronavirus in bats in South Africa. He has claimed in his research that mutants have more potential in this. Meanwhile, the World Health Organization (WHO) has said that more clarity is needed on its capability. According to scientists from Wuhan University in China, NeoCov can enter human cells just like SARS-CoV-2. The city of Wuhan in China, where the Kovid virus was first detected in the last months of 2019, has now issued a warning about another most dangerous and deadly variant of the Kovid virus. Scientists in Wuhan have said that this is a new type of virus. Which has the highest mortality rate of infection. The virus was discovered many years ago in Middle Eastern countries and is very similar to SARS-CoV-2, which causes the coronavirus in humans. Neokov was discovered in South Africa in bats. However, this new type of corona virus has so far been seen spreading only in animals. A new study published on the BioRxiv website has shown that NeoCoV and its close relative PDF-2180-CoV can infect humans. The speed of its infection and its death rate is very high. Although it has not been peer-reviewed yet, that is, this research is yet to be fully reviewed. However, according to the WHO, the question of whether the NeoCoV coronavirus, recently discovered in bats in South Africa, poses a threat to humans, requires further study. Whether the virus found in the study would pose a risk to humans would require further study, the health body was quoted as saying by Tass news agency. The WHO says that its Animal Health, Food and Agriculture Organization and the UN Environment Program have begun tracking the emerging neocove virus and gathering information on the potential risk of this virus. The WHO said it is working closely with the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE), the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) to monitor and respond to the emerging zoonotic virus threat .

[Attribution to NBT]

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