New Delhi: Evidence does not support the existence of a COVID ‘XE’ mutant in India, government sources said Wednesday and denied media reports that the first case of this exception was found in the country Covid XE Variant.
Government sources said the Fast Q sample files, identified as distinct ‘XE’, were analyzed by INSACOG (Indian SARS-CoV-2 Genomics Consortium) which indicated that the genomic constitution for this variant was not in line with genomic image ‘XE’. www.who.int
“Current evidence does not suggest that it is any different from the ‘XE’ of COVID-19,” the source said.
The World Health Organization had recently announced that the new COVID-19 COVID-19 was discovered in the UK and noted that it may be more susceptible than the BA.2 sublineage of COVID-19.
However, pathologists in India have stated that it is not clear whether the alternative is strong enough to create another wave of COVID in the country as they have advised them to monitor and adhere to COVID’s proper behavior Covid XE Variant.
XE reassembles Omicron BA.1 and BA.2 COVID-19 sub-lines.
The XE recombinant (BA.1-BA.2), was first discovered in the United Kingdom on January 19 and> 600 sequences have been reported and confirmed since then,” the WHO said.