Scientists from University College London (UCL) and Oxford University, one of the most important educational institutions in England, said that the capabilities of Covid-19 should not be underestimated.
While the corona virus vaccination processes continue worldwide, Professor Deenan Pillay, a virologist at University College London, one of the scientists who spoke on the increase in the number of cases and deaths globally for seven consecutive weeks, said, “I think it would be brave to say that the virus is approaching the end of the mutation route and cannot go further. “used expressions.
Speaking about newly emerging mutations in the world where more and more vaccines are being made every day, Professor Deenan Pillay said, “We are still in the early period for the life span of the virus. “Normally, viruses last for many years,” he said, “They mutate themselves in order to reproduce more in humans,” he said.
‘ALWAYS UNSEEN MUTATIONS MAY OCCUR’
Commenting on the cases of ‘double mutant’ Covid-19 emerging in the UK, genomics professor Aris Katzourakis from Oxford University said, “While there is a limit to how much the virus can mutate, new mutations that have not always been seen can occur,” said Aris Katzourakis.
“More generally, the area where these viruses can mutate is huge,” said Prof Katzourakis. “Probably 12 months from now, there will be one or two other mutations that are equally important.”
‘AN INTELLIGENT VIRUS’
Professor Deenan Pillay, a virologist at University College London, noted that the increased mutations of Covid-19 greatly altered the spike protein of the virus, and said these changes helped the virus “overcome some of the obstacles” it encountered.
Pillay said, “I would not ignore this virus to find mutations. It is clearly a clever virus.”