New UK SARS-CoV-2 B117 variant is now 7% of all cases in North Jutland and 2.3% of all cases in Denmark

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At Aalborg University, Professor Mads Albertsen heads a research group that has followed the British mutation since it was discovered in December.

“If it is 74 percent more contagious , then we get an infection curve that rises very sharply again, and therefore we get many more dead. It is the horror scenario that it is so much more contagious , because then we get a pandemic, which is very difficult to control”


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** This post was originally published on January 3, 2021 **