Three cases of South African coronavirus variant B.1.351 confirmed in Czech kindergarten

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Elisabeth Pharmacon laboratory in Brno, Czech Republic has detected three cases of the South African mutation of the coronavirus, in samples taken in a local kindergarten. Neuroscientist and molecular biologist Omar Šerý, Director of Elisabeth Pharmacon.

“Elisabeth Pharmacon’s laboratories have just confirmed the South African mutation by sequencing in all three of the flagged samples from the Brno nursery. At the same time, it was confirmed that we have a quick way to detect the South African mutation within two hours by multi-point analysis of suspicious samples,” said Šerý.

Brnodaily report


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** This post was originally published on February 26, 2021 **