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New COVID-19 Strain - 4 Things You Should Know to Stay Safe

New COVID-19 Strain - 4 Things You Should Know to Stay Safe

A new COVID-19 strain has been reported through news and social media, first detected in September in southeast England. It is causing concern because of its higher contagious rate. We understand that a new strain causes fear, leading us to believe that we are dealing with the Pandemic disease more so than ever. 

The first and most important thing you need to know is that variations or mutations of viruses, such as the COVID-19 virus, can be new and unexpected, but it is also normal to a certain point. The virus that was first detected in Wuhan, China, last year is definitely not the same one we are dealing with today in most parts of the world.

Viruses variate over time, and it’s the reason we let you know that you can be safe during this new COVID-19 strain. Here are some of the most common questions that have emerged as the new COVID-19 strain was reported:

Is the new strain more contagious than the previous COVID-19 virus?

The new COVID-19 strain is causing concern because it has quickly replaced previous versions of the virus. However, there is no clear and conclusive evidence that the new Strain of the COVID-19 Virus is more infectious than the previous one. Studies have not been concluded, and information is not completely certain. 

As mentioned earlier, viruses variate, which might be the case with the COVID-19 Virus. In any case, it is good to take precautions and measures to protect people against the virus more than ever. Bio-One offers COVID-19 industry-leading COVID-19 decontamination and disinfection.

Where did this new COVID-19 strain appear?

As we’ve mentioned, variations of viruses occur, and in this specific case, it was first detected in southeast England in September 2020. South Africa also detected a virus variation, which is not the same as this new strain that took over. Other countries that first encountered the New Strain were Denmark, the Netherlands, and other European nations. As of December, the new COVID-19 strain was reported to be the most common version of the virus, reaching approximately 60% of the new cases. 

Does this variation make the COVID-19 virus more deadly?

No. Although it is under strict monitoring, there is no evidence that the new COVID-19 strain is more deadly than the previous one. Now, being reported that the New Strain is likely to be more infectious, you need to take care of yourself and your family more than ever. Bio-One is here to help you with COVID-19 Decontamination!

Will the vaccine be effective against the new COVID-19 strain?

Thankfully, so far, yes. All of the leading vaccines are meant to develop an immune response against the existing spike of the virus. The New Strain can be interpreted as a warning sign, and, for the specific case of the COVID-19 Virus, it can variate to the point of escaping or surpassing vaccines.

Now, it is something expected, and common viruses, like the flu, are usually updated periodically. Furthermore, it’s important to mention that these leading vaccines can be easily tweaked if necessary. 

Bio-One is here for you.

We understand that the new COVID-19 strain triggers alarms and makes us anxious about the coming months. However, it’s important to remain calm and keep trusting in the efforts of the medical forces to produce the most effective vaccines against this virus.

There is a lot that Bio-One can do to keep you and your family safe. We have listed four important steps recommended to keep you and your family safe throughout this pandemic. If you find yourself in need of COVID-19 disinfection, our specialists can help.

Bio-One's COVID-19 cleaning and disinfection technicians are always ready to help.
Bio-One's COVID-19 cleaning and disinfection technicians are always ready to help.

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