An international medical expert has described a genetic mutation in a coronavirus as less lethal, believing that the mutation spreads the virus more but reduces mortality.
Paul Tembia, a senior doctor at the National University of Singapore and the new president of the International Society for Infectious Diseases, said coronavirus in North America, Asia, and Europe were seeing mutations or genetic mutations that could affect the virus, according to a foreign news agency. Reduces.
He said that genetic mutations could make the virus more contagious (spreading the disease) but less lethal. , It is estimated that the virus changes its original form.