California is a joke, loaded with dead beat drug addict leftists, illegal aliens and Hollywood fat cats. Now, California aka Newsomville even has it’s own strain of COVID-19 now that more transmissible than the original China virus. Forget the UK or South Africa variants of COVID-19, California is spreading it’s own version and apparently has been doing so since mid 2020.
Just another wonderful thing unleashed on the country and world from California. Communism, drugs, Nancy Pelosi, Adam Schiff and of course Kamala Harris.
|Newsomville: California now has it’s own strain of COVID-19|
A coronavirus variant that emerged in mid-2020 and surged to become the dominant strain in California not only spreads more readily than its predecessors, but also evades antibodies generated by COVID-19 vaccines or prior infection and it’s associated with severe illness and death, researchers said.
In a study that helps explain the state’s dramatic surge in COVID-19 cases and deaths — and portends further trouble ahead — scientists at UC San Francisco said the cluster of mutations that characterizes the homegrown strain should mark it as a “variant of concern” on par with those from the United Kingdom, South Africa and Brazil.
“The devil is already here,” said Dr. Charles Chiu, who led the UCSF team of geneticists, epidemiologists, statisticians and other scientists in a wide-ranging analysis of the new variant, which they call B.1.427/B.1.429. “I wish it were different. But the science is the science.”
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