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"COVID-19", a new wave of GH species, meets with Myanmar Of Indian origin

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Department of Medical Sciences revealed the results of superslot genetic testing for the coronavirus strain in Samut Sakhon It is the GH strain found directly with the Myanmar species. The origin of India, Rakhine epidemic, Tachilek was smuggled to Thailand in Mae Sot, Tak province.

Dr. Supakit Sirilak, Director-General of the Department of Medical Sciences The Ministry of Public Health (Ministry of Public Health) mentions the results of the COVID laboratory test in Samut Sakhon that laboratory testing, unless known to be positive or negative, want to know what strain it is. Currently, the global epidemic is the G species, but Thailand has a question of how closely related the outbreak is in Samut Sakhon. Some people question whether it comes from Indonesian fisheries. Or from Myanmar for the Samut Sakhon species testing We compare it with the strains that Mae Sot and Mae Sot by examining both Thai and foreign workers Along with the global overview, it will be found that the Samut Sakhon group is a GH species (GH) that matches the species found in Tachilek, Myanmar, which originated from India, entered Rakhine, Myanmar and smuggled. Come to Thailand, both Mae Sot, Tak and Mae Sai, Chiang Rai, where this species does not match with Indonesia

“The part where it says that the British are mutated to cause severe infection. Which Thailand was vigilant However, it has nothing to do with the outbreaks in England, thus confirming that the Samut Sakhon species is of India and Myanmar origin. And enter Thailand, however, there will be genetic transcription periodically So if there are any abnormal strains that can be detected quickly, "said Dr. Supakit, the global mutant has not affected the developing COVID vaccine.

Even if it is COVID-19 Another species But the symptoms that can be observed remain the same: fever, cough, runny nose, sore throat, unable to smell, tongue, taste and can still be prevented by wearing a mask every time you go out. Wash your hands before eating. Or touching your own body And keep a distance with common people