Beta's infectious ability is actually not as good as Delta. Professor Lawrence Young, a virologist and professor of oncology at the Warwick Medical School at the University of Warwick in the United Kingdom, said: “Delta outperforms Beta in terms of spread, but Beta will continue to exist.”
Lawrence Young, a virologist and professor of molecular oncology at the Warwick School of Medicine at the University of Warwick in the United Kingdom, said: “We know that delta variants outperform beta in terms of transmission, but during this period, beta has been In the background." CNBC Wednesday.
Experts from the University of Warwick believe that 18% of people vaccinated against AZ will still suffer from COVID, while those vaccinated with Pfizer and Modena are 17% more likely to get the disease.
Professor Lawrence Young, Warwick Medical School, warns against opening up the UK's Wembley stadium to football fans, because vaccine protection is limited and the Delta variant is circulating.
Professor Lawrence Young, Warwick Medical School, talks about the rise in numbers of the Delta COVID variant, and the importance of getting people vaccinated.
Lawrence Young, a professor of molecular oncology at the University of Warwick in the United Kingdom, said that this shows how important it is to understand the early spread of the CCP virus, and that any future investigations really need to seriously study the whole issue. He pointed out that “it is particularly worrying that key data was deleted after being uploaded. This is a very strange behaviour". See also Secret China
Lawrence Young, a virologist at the University of Warwick School of Medicine in the United Kingdom, also said in an interview that the coronavirus cannot be eradicated and trying to obtain herd immunity through vaccination will be an impossible task.
Professor Lawrence Young of University of Warwick in the United Kingdom, said: "The research on this demonstrative concept shows that trained sniffer dogs can be used in airports, stadiums, and concert venues. But the biggest problem is [...] can this method be effective on people in the real world?"
The latest research report shows that more than 10% of women in the world have had the unfortunate experience of accidental miscarriage, and black women have a higher risk of this. The pandemic has worsened it. Deutsche Welle interviewed Professor Quinby, Warwick Medical School, one of the authors of the research report.