RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The second wave strain affecting the southern Chilean region of Magallanes would be a "very rare in the world" variant of the coronavirus, according to local experts.
Marcelo Navarrete, the researcher in charge of the study of a possible mutation of the virus in the area, stated: "What is happening in Magallanes is a very high level of contagion, it is as if in the Metropolitan region we had eight or ten thousand cases," said the Undersecretary of Healthcare Networks, Arturo Zuñiga.
A few days ago, the health authorities raised the possibility that the virus . . .