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Denmark will confine its population due to Covid-19 mutation

The mutation does not have a more serious effect against humans, but it could complicate advances in anti-Covid-19 vaccines.

Regeneration, October 6, 2020 The government of Denmark reported that there will be new restrictions against the population of the northwest of the country.

This is because mutations of the virus were detected from visions and that it has already affected 12 people.

At least 280 thousand people in the country will be affected by the restrictive measures in the country.

Likewise, foreigners and tourists were asked not to travel to these places, where bars and restaurants will be closed.

While bus and train transportation will be suspended; while secondary school students will have to take their distance courses from Monday.

And it is that, it is reported that the Covid-19 mutation could affect the progress that has been made in the vaccine against the pandemic.

Denmark is the number one exporting country for mink skins. But a mutation of the virus that is transmissible to humans was detected, and that has already left 11 infections in the region and one external.

Experts have asked the country’s scientists to report on the mutation for the scientific community to analyze.

However, the mutation does not have more serious effects against humans, but it could complicate advances in anti-Covid-19 vaccines.