In Denmark, almost every third infection is caused by the British variant

Almost every third coronavirus infection is reported in B.1.1.7. caused a British variant in Denmark in the second week of February, the Danish Health Institute SSI said. Researchers say the British mutation will become dominant in the Scandinavian country later this month.

February 8-12. 28.5 per cent of randomized trials in newly infected people registered between That rate was still 20 percent last week, and only 2 percent at the beginning of the year. According to SSI, experts agree that the British variant spreads faster than other types of coronavirus.

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In Italy, the Ministry of Health on Friday estimated that the British variant is responsible for 17 per cent of new coronavirus infections.

In Germany, according to a survey published by the Robert Koch Institute a week ago, less than 6 per cent of the 30,000 infections had a British variant, but the institute said it expects recent test results to be released next week. a significantly higher rate will be detected.

A recent study in the United States also predicts that as early as March, the British variant of the coronavirus will cause the most diseases in several federal states.

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