Experts: the more mutated the virus the more virulent the higher the death rate

More than 1 year after the global outbreak of CCP virus pneumonia, more infectious variants of the virus have emerged.

Thousands of variants of the Chinese communist virus (Wuhan pneumonia virus, SARS-CoV-2) have now emerged. In response, Dr. Leah Jou, a French-Chinese scientist and world-renowned immunologist, believes that the more the virus mutates, the stronger the disease will only become, the more virulent it will become, and the more lethal it will be.

A study by British researchers published in the British Medical Journal on March 10 shows that the new variant of SARS-CoV-2, B.1.1.7 (British Variant virus), has spread worldwide and, in addition to being highly infectious, is 30 to 100 percent more lethal than the previous major variant virus.

Dr. Julia Ju recently told Phoenix that the British Medical Journal published the results of a survey of 110,000 patients for 28 days, after observing and comparing its (variant strain) spread from 40% to 70%, and the mortality rate of the variant strain exceeds that of the common strain by 64%, according to our reality, according to the characteristics of virus mutation, the more it mutates only the higher the transmission, the stronger the pathogenicity, the more virulent The greater the virulence, the greater the virulence, and the higher the mortality rate.

Dr. Julia Ju believes that the idea that “mutated viruses are more infectious, but less virulent and less lethal” may be wrong.

Among those who hold the view that “the more mutated the virus is, the less virulent it is” is Zhang Boli, a member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering. “The virus has mutated, becoming more infectious but less virulent,” he said in Wuhan after receiving an award from Xi Jinping, a statement that was then taken as a guideline by the Communist Party’s official media.

In addition, the continued emergence of variants of the virus has sparked international concern. According to the World health Organization, “B.1.1.7” has appeared in more than 50 countries, “P.1” (Brazilian variant) in at least 15 countries, and “B.1.351” in at least 20 countries. “B.1.351” (South African variant) in at least 20 countries.

The World Health Organization also predicted more mutations of the CCP virus at its March 12 outbreak briefing.

Tom Frieden, former head of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), has said that humans are winning the war with viruses, and that worrisome mutant viruses have increased infectivity and reduced the effectiveness of diagnostics, antibody therapy, and vaccines.

As viruses continue to mutate, newer variants seem to evade vaccine-inspired antibodies more readily than the original strains of viruses. Huang Limin, president of the Taiwan Society for Infectious Diseases, said that in the face of the continuous mutation of the virus, a new vaccine may need to be developed to deal with it.

However, Wang Junzhi, an academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering and deputy head of the expert group of the Research and Development Task Force on Vaccine, declared on March 15 that “the mutated strains of the virus have no significant impact on the Chinese vaccine.

The Chinese Communist Party has recently engaged in international vaccine diplomacy, and Chinese-made vaccines have been questioned by outsiders due to a lack of clinical trial data and have not been approved by regulatory agencies in most Western countries.