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UK coronavirus variant may be more deadly, early evidence suggests – Livescience.com

Officials stressed that the evidence for this is still very uncertain.

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Officials in the United Kingdom say the U.K. variant of the novel coronavirus may be more deadly than other strains, but they stress that the evidence for this is still very uncertain. 
This variant, called B.1.1.7, was first identified in Kent, England, in September 2020 and has since spread around the world. This variant is more contagious, with studies finding that it is about 50 to 70% more transmissible than other widely-circulating strains, Live Science previously reported
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