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Could the UK strain mean longer time in quarantine?

Coronacast 18 de febrero de 2021 28


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Scientists are slowly discovering more about the so-called UK strain, or more precisely the variant of coronavirus known as B.117.

The variant of concern is often said to be more infectious and faster moving, and now scientists think it might keep its human host infectious for longer.

It could have ramifications for the way our hotel quarantine system is run.

So on today’s Coronacast, what else have scientists worked out about the UK strain that is becoming more and more common around the world?

Also on today’s show:

* I’ve heard multiple doses of the vaccine are coming from the same bottle. What’s the deal?

* How protected am I after my first vaccine shot? How long do I need to wait for full protection after my second shot?

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