One year after the outbreak of the corona virus, changes are now taking place in the virus that has puzzled experts, with the recent discovery of a new strain of the corona virus.
According to an international website, a new study has found that the new strain of coronavirus, which first appeared in Brazil, is more contagious than other strains.
Research has shown that a new type of corona virus, P1, discovered in Brazil, has the potential to attack the immune system of people infected with the code in the past.
Brazil has been hit hardest by the coronavirus, especially in the city of Manaus.
The study found that by mid-2020, about 75 percent of Minneapolis residents had been affected by the first wave of coronavirus, and some experts estimated that the city had developed collective resistance to the disease.
But at the end of 2020, another wave of cod appeared in the city with a P1 type hand.
Experts from the University of Copenhagen involved in the study said that our model indicates that the P1 coronavirus is more contagious than other types of the virus and that other types of the disease can attack the body’s immune system.
The researchers discovered 17 mutations in P1, three of which occurred in spike proteins.
The 3 mutations in the spike protein helped this new species to effectively bind to human cells, one of which was found in mutations N501Y discovered in the UK and South Africa.
This mutation makes it easier for the virus to attach to human cells, while another mutation was the E484, which helps the virus reverse the current immune response.
The study found that P1 is 1.4 to 2.2 times more contagious than the original strain of the corona virus, as well as other strains.
Similarly, it can reduce the immunity rate of people infected with the old type by 10 to 46 percent, which increases the risk of second-time cod in people.
According to the researchers, the risk of death from the infection of P1C in the residents of Minawas may be 1.2 to 1.9 times higher than other types.
This new species discovered in Brazil has spread to many countries, including Pakistan.