AA / Peter Kum
Guinean health officials announced on Wednesday (December 29) that a new variant of Govit-19 had been found in Omigran Guinea.
“We are confirming the Omigron variant in Guinea. All arrangements have been made and they will be updated,” the Guinean Ministry of Health said in a statement on Wednesday.
“The sequence of tests revealed to be different in Guinea. Half of the samples tested clearly demonstrate this; so the Omicron variant is in the national territory. Announced.
However, the Guinean Ministry of Health has not released information on the number of victims of the Omigron variant.
Since the first case of Govt-19 was discovered in March 2020, as of Monday, December 27, 2021, 31,238 cases have been reported in Guinea with 389 deaths.
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