Coronavirus Update: WHO identifies new coronavirus ‘variant of interest’ and experts urge caution on boosters

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www.marketwatch.com—The World Health Organization said a strain of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 and that was first detected in Colombia in January has become a "variant of interest" that will be closely monitored for signs it is resistant to the vaccines that have been authorized for use so far.

Mu: Everything You Need to Know About the New Coronavirus Variant of Interest. Luke O'Neill Coronavirus, World Will this variatn prove as deadly as Delta? The World Health Organization (WHO) has added another coronavirus variant to its list to monitor. It’s called the mu variant and has been designated a variant of interest (VOI). What this means is that mu has genetic differences to the other known variants and is causing infections in multiple countries, so therefore might present a particular threat to public health. It’s possible that mu’s genetic changes might make...