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‘More Infectious’ Strain Of Coronavirus Found In Philippines, Malaysia

Eurasia Review Tuesday, 18 August 2020
‘More Infectious’ Strain Of Coronavirus Found In Philippines, MalaysiaBy Aie Balagtas See and Nisha David

A strain of COVID-19 common in Europe and the Americas has been detected in Malaysia and the Philippines and could lead to a spike in infections, authorities say.

In a joint statement on Tuesday, the Philippine Genome Center and the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine said samples...
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