Hong Kong has been battling a rising number of coronavirus infections this month. Photo: Felix WongHong Kong has been battling a rising number of coronavirus infections this month. Photo: Felix Wong
Hong Kong has been battling a rising number of coronavirus infections this month. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong third wave: coronavirus may have stopped mutating, making it more infectious, study finds

  • Polytechnic University team studied samples taken from different clusters since late June and found no genetic difference
  • Either the virus has ceased to mutate, or the cases all contracted the virus at the same place in a short period of time
Topic |   Coronavirus Hong Kong
Hong Kong has been battling a rising number of coronavirus infections this month. Photo: Felix WongHong Kong has been battling a rising number of coronavirus infections this month. Photo: Felix Wong
Hong Kong has been battling a rising number of coronavirus infections this month. Photo: Felix Wong
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