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Many countries have imposed restrictions on the movement of Corona’s new strain in Britain. Security personnel stopping traffic along the borders of England and France.

Concern is being raised about the new and more dangerous strain of Corona worldwide. Meanwhile, Ugar Sahin, CEO of Bioentech, a company that makes Pfizer with the Corona vaccine, has said that the virus will not be eradicated for at least ten years.

The photo is of Ugar Sahin, CEO of BioNotech.  His Corona vaccine, formed in association with Pfizer, has been approved for emergency use in more than 45 countries including the US, UK.

The photo is of Ugar Sahin, CEO of BioNotech. His Corona vaccine, formed in association with Pfizer, has been approved for emergency use in more than 45 countries including the US, UK.

At a virtual press conference, Sahin was asked when the virus would end and how long would the lives of people be able to get back on track? To this, he said – We need to understand the new definition of normal. This virus will remain with us for the next 10 years.

Vaccine can be made in 6 weeks for a new strain
Sahin said that according to the new strain of virus found in Britain, the vaccine can be changed in 6 weeks. He said- The specialty of the messenger technology is that we can do the same engineering of the vaccine according to the new mutation. Technically we can develop a new vaccine in 6 weeks.

The new strain will not reduce the effect of the vaccine
Bioentech’s Corona vaccine, formed in association with Pfizer, has been approved for emergency use in more than 45 countries, including the United States and Britain. He exuded confidence that the new strains of Corona that emerged in the UK would not affect the vaccine’s effectiveness.

New strain of virus 70% more contagious
Concerns are being raised around the world after two new strains of the virus have appeared in the UK. The UK has recorded the highest number of deaths in a week after April following a new strain. On December 19, PM Boris Johnson had informed about the first strain. It is said to be 70% faster than the current corona virus.

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