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The COVID-19 Variant Discovered in India Is a 'Global Health Risk'

The coronavirus pandemic continues to worsen in the South Asian nation with a record number of new cases being reported. The mutant variant first discovered in India is also raising alarms, with the World Health Organization classifying it as a "variant of concern" because it could possibly spread more easily and may even evade vaccines. Plus, cases of "black fungus" infections are complicating doctors' ability to fight COVID-19.

The COVID-19 Variant Discovered in India Is a 'Global Health Risk'

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