Health officials are monitoring a new COVID-19 mutation in Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan’s chief medical health officer said he’s closely watching a new mutation of COVID-19 in the province.
Derivatives of the Delta variant, called AY.25 and AY.27, have been detected in Saskatchewan.

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    1. @shizuokaBLUES staying healthy and safe would be not strapping a moist bacteria laden piece of cloth across your respiratory systems intake/exhaust.

    2. @shizuokaBLUES what virus? The flu? Get real, grow up, the government isn’t interested in your health or safety, they want to take everything from you and leave you with absolutely nothing

    3. @Leroi LaPue flu? As in influenza ? Are you equating this current novel coronavirus with “the flu”? Is that right ?

  1. So variant mutations are minor.or are they are important? These medical schizophrenic news blips are so poor it should be embarrassing to the broadcasting system. They need to become free of outside influences.

    1. There have been hundreds, if not thousands, of mutations of Covid. Some are weaker than Delta, some are stronger in some ways.
      Each mutation doesn’t automatically make it worse, mutation simply means in changed.

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