Coronavirus Variants From the U.K. and South Africa Are More Contagious and Possibly More Deadly

It is time for us to rethink the use of facemasks

A new Coronavirus variant labeled B.1.1.7 was first detected in Britain in October 2020 in two samples collected in Kent and London. Coronaviruses, like other viruses, constantly mutate. Unlike another respiratory virus…



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Dr. Zach Zachariah

Ph.D. chemist with an M.B.A. | Enrolled Agent | Writes on science | economy | taxes | public interest topics | American politics | Indian-Americans | COVID-19