New Coronavirus strain: People who are most at risk for infection, according to study
Research conducted out of London, which has not been peer-reviewed yet compared and analyzed disease outbreaks across regions in England, which is currently witnessing a surge of cases in the world.
Not only did the research find conclusive evidence that the virus was much more transmissible than other older strains, but it was also capable of infecting the younger population in a higher degree, along with the ones already at risk.
The discovery of cases meant that not only does the mutation mark a shift in demographic, it also means that a far more populous section of the society is at risk worldwide.
The newest piece of research also correlated with earlier findings done by the team of researchers based out of Imperial College, London- the new strain is much riskier for children and those under 20.