Chilean Scientists Research Possible Mutation of Coronavirus in Southern Region

The Magallanes Region and its capital Punta Arenas have close trade, tourism, social, sports connectivity with the Falkland Islands.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Scientists in Chile are investigating a possible mutation of the novel coronavirus in southern Patagonia, a far-flung region near the tip of the South American continent that has seen an unusually contagious second wave of infections in recent weeks.

The Magallanes Region and its capital Punta Arenas have close trade, tourism, social, sports connectivity with the Falkland Islands.

Dr Marcelo Navarrete of the University of . . .

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