Was the mutated virus seen in Karaman?
The number of mutated virus in Turkey rapidly increased in Karaman, where the virus was wondering if this is the issue.
According to the Ministry of Health Sciences Board's description of the coronavirus number of provinces mutated virus has been seen in Turkey by describing the acquired knowledge as this virus has not yet been seen in Karaman 23.
Health Minister Fahrettin Koca announced in a statement last week that the mutated virus was seen in 17 cities. Ministers husband, yesterday Scientific Committee meeting in a statement he made after stating that they carefully monitored the mutated virus seen in Turkey, "Risk mutations are spreading frontiers. Our Country England mutations was 196, 2 South Africa 1 was encountered Brazilian variant. And the appearance of new mutations "We will continue our struggle without compromising the measures in these days when the cases are on the rise again."
'HAPPY VIRUS IN 23 CITIES'
Ministry of Health Coronavirus Scientific Committee Member Prof. Dr. Sema Turan said that the number of provinces where the mutated virus was seen increased to 23. Stating that viruses should always create a change in themselves in order to exist in nature, Turan said:
"In all viral infections, the virus changes its structure a little every year. Therefore, viruses continue to protect themselves and continue to fight and change their structure. They can sometimes do this by changing a single protein. For this reason, when we look at the current mutated viruses, a little We see that the mutated virus was found in 23 cities. Data especially from abroad show that it has a high rate of contagiousness. However, there was no clear information about how the disease severity was. This actually means that the rate of individuals needing hospital and intensive care may increase. Therefore, we have to be careful. We have to do our best to prevent the mutational virus from spreading.
'DETERMINED BY PCR TEST'
Turan said that regarding the process of determining the mutated virus, it was determined whether there was a mutated virus with the analysis performed in laboratories in 81 provinces. Turan said, "In fact, this is a similar PCR test. There is no big difference. There is a special set of studies to identify only the mutational virus. It is possible to determine whether the virus is mutated or not. The mutated virus is actually a very important issue. This is a problem in the world. Learning that the disease severity of the mutated virus is also high shows that we need to be more strictly attached to the measures at this point.