Scientists lay the blame at Spain for new Coronavirus cases across Europe in new report
Most new COVID-19 cases in Europe come from a mutated variant of the virus spread from Spain by tourists, scientists said in a report released today.
The report read here
The coronavirus variant originated in north-east Spain in June and was carried abroad by tourists and other travelers, the scientists said.
There isn’t enough data to suggest this variant, known as 20A.EU1, is more deadly, the team from the University of Basel, ETH Zürich in Basel, and SeqCOVID in Spain said.
The variant, known as 20A.EU1, has been identified in 12 countries across the continent, as well as Hong Kong and New Zealand.
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