Professor says vaccines can easily be modeled after new Covid-19 variants

The new Covid-19 variant, B.1.1.529, is attracting a lot of attention, resulting in travel restrictions resurfacing in some countries. However, there is no need for panic, says a professor of infectious diseases, as vaccines can also adapt with a little help.
Photo: Valdemar Ren
Photo: Valdemar Ren
by RITZAU, translated by daniel pedersen

A new Covid-19 variant has been discovered in Africa and Asia, and it is receiving a lot of interest due to its differences from earlier variants of the virus.

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