WHO: No evidence of fundamental change in new COVID-19 strain

WHO: No evidence of fundamental change in new COVID-19 strain 1

Dr. Bruce Aylward from the World Health Organization discusses how long the pandemic is expected to last now that a vaccine is available.

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17 Comments on "WHO: No evidence of fundamental change in new COVID-19 strain"

  1. Ask him about Taiwan!

  2. ANTIFA IS ABSOLUTE IN THIS ONE | December 15, 2020 at 11:17 AM | Reply


  3. 2 comments???

  4. VUI variant in theory – has a potential of spreading more easily as per ctv news article

  5. Wha’ happen’ to the minx strain? Are they going to be plugging this one a week from now?
    What kind of pasta noodle does he have lodged in his ears? Earpodellini?

  6. new variant with the genetic mutation in the spike protein which theory can result in the easier spreading

  7. People see the flat earth map 😉

  8. solidfisher101 | December 15, 2020 at 1:21 PM | Reply

    The WHO should have taken the advice of Taiwan. Not only did they close the borders before the rest of the world did, they have essentially beat the virus through masks, sanitation, and safety measures. Oh, and they didn’t need to close anything down and society functions as normal. The disrespect that the WHO has shown to Taiwan makes me sick.

  9. They pulled Brian Adams out of retirement for this ?

  10. looks like the bots are working very hard here to remove any comments that are not desirable lol

  11. Friendly reminder to make sure your connection is stable this time! Don’t want you to have issues again if we ask you about Taiwan! Thx

  12. Ask him if Taiwan is a country

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