The coronavirus has a mutation every 15 days, according to an expert


Virologist Robert Paulino offered the information.     Virologist Robert Paulino, director of the Institute for Tropical Health and Global Medicine at Unibe, assured the group this Sunday that the coronavirus has a mutation every 15 days. “Every 15 days the virus changes, they insert new mutations, but the mutations do not have any expression, that means that they are not beneficial or bad for the virus, but they are changes,” the expert clarified. He added that experts are asking whether a change could occur in these mutations that turn into profits and have indeed been found. He explained that the variants of interest that were identified in the city of London establish that viruses and this, in specific, are changing elements, which are adapted depending on the pressures that […]

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