Is Brazil a threat to global health security? What Science magazine says

Renowned cardiologist and researcher Eric J. Topol highlighted two publications of the prestigious scientific journal documenting the emergence of the Manaus variant in the country, analyzing its high transmissibility and potential increase in lethality.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Understanding the behavior of SARS-CoV-2 and how its mutations test the management of the pandemic and even the efficacy of the vaccines developed in record time is undoubtedly of great interest to the women and men of science.

Prestigious cardiologist Eric J. Topol is a professor of molecular medicine at the Scripps Research Institute in California and on his Twitter account he highlighted two articles published in Science journal on Covid-19 in Brazil, which document what triggered the emergence of the P1 variant in Manaus and analyze its high transmissibility, potential increase in . . .

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