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Scientists worried by Tanzania Covid-19 variants

Scientists worried by Tanzania Covid-19 variants.

Scientists are worried about Tanzania Covid-19 and said that more studies are needed. According to the Researchers, vaccination is the best war against emerging strains of the coronavirus. Tanzania is a possible virus breeding ground for the coronavirus strains. After the past government virus disregard.

Kenya’s variants are B.1.1.7 and B.1.351, according to Africa CDC report on 3rd March, which are highly transmissible. According to researchers, vaccinations can make people resistant to the virus strains, including the Tanzania variant. Report submitted to WHO show the Tanzania variant have mutated ten times similar to other sars viruses.
Scientists have not known the infection rate of the Tanzania variant.

“Cross immunity will make the current vaccines effective against the other virus emerging variants”
Dr. Njagi Kumantha, a health systems expert, said, “It is the nature of viruses to keep mutating, and it’s very unpredictable the direction they will take,” after receiving the AstraZeneca vaccine. He also added that vaccination would protect you against other variants because the body would be prone to similar reactions.

Kenya’s transmissible variants B.1.1.7 and B.1.351 detected in January have caused the third wave.
DT Njagi added that T cells, which is a white blood cell variant, show that recovered patients who suffered from the former form of the virus had T cells that were active against the variants from south Africa, brazil, and the UK.

a patient receives a covid-19 jab

A study posted in the Open Forum Infectious Diseases journal by Oxford university press stated that it is inevitable for the emergence of a new variant as we progress. The earlier vaccines were found to not scan for the T cells, which can determine the severity of the infection.

US epidemiologist Anthony Fauci said, “Vaccination is not only going to protect us against the wild type, but it has the potential, to a greater or lesser degree, to also protect against a range of variants.”
The scientists from South Africa who found the Tanzania variants said they would monitor the virus to find its infection rate and know vaccines’ action.

The WHO marked it and deemed it necessary to monitor the virus because it is risky closely?

The WHO said? “The Covid-19 vaccines that are currently in development or have been approved are expected to provide at least some protection against new virus variants because these vaccines elicit a broad immune response involving a range of antibodies and cells”.
The Tanzania variant arises from the cases in Europe and the first case to be found out in china.
President Samia Suluhu created an investigative committee to find the virus’s extremes. She differed with the former president, who had ignored the virus existent and made it illegal to use the virus measures.

written by Kinyua man

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