People who contracted an earlier strain of the coronavirus might still be at risk from mutations. Photo: ReutersPeople who contracted an earlier strain of the coronavirus might still be at risk from mutations. Photo: Reuters
People who contracted an earlier strain of the coronavirus might still be at risk from mutations. Photo: Reuters

Coronavirus: recovered Chinese patients may be defenceless against foreign mutation, study says

  • Antibodies found in blood of people who have fought disease failed to stop D614G, Chinese scientists say
  • Mutant form identified in genetic data of samples collected at Xinfadi food market in Beijing where latest outbreak began

Topic |   Coronavirus China
People who contracted an earlier strain of the coronavirus might still be at risk from mutations. Photo: ReutersPeople who contracted an earlier strain of the coronavirus might still be at risk from mutations. Photo: Reuters
People who contracted an earlier strain of the coronavirus might still be at risk from mutations. Photo: Reuters
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