Three New Cases of “Mu Variant” CCP Virus Found in Hong Kong
Translator: MOS Translation Group – Kayla
Hong Kong health authorities warned on Saturday morning that three people who had recently traveled from Colombia to Hong Kong were found carrying a new variant of the CCP virus, the Mu variant. Health experts worry that this variant may be more vaccine-resistant.
The Hong Kong health authorities said on Friday that two of the patients, a 19-year-old man and a 22-year-old woman, had flown from Colombia and were confirmed to be infected with the Mu variant COVID-19 in early June. The other case is a 26-year-old woman who arrived from the United States and was found to be infected on July 24. The Hong Kong authorities imposed a two-week ban on low-cost airlines used by Colombians. At present, Mu variant CCP virus cases have been found in 39 countries, and about 4,500 cases have been reported worldwide, of which more than half were found in the United States.
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