January 18, 2021
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Covid mutations do not appear to be helping the virus spread more rapidly, study says – CNBC

A man wearing a face mask waits for a train in the central train station during the COVID-19 pandemic in Stockholm, capital of Sweden, on Nov. 3, 2020.
LONDON A global study of more than 12,000 coronavirus mutations has found that none of them appear to have made the virus that causes Covid-19 spread more rapidly.
Researchers at University College London assessed Covid mutations in over 46,000 samples taken from people in 99 different countries and concluded the mutations all appeared to be neutral…

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