BA2.75 strain in Israel: Returnees from abroad are asked to take a test

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 BA2.75 strain in Israel: Returnees from abroad are asked to take a test

Coronavirus Coordinator Salman Zarqa made a statement regarding BA2.75, dubbed “Centaur”. He made the corresponding statement on Wednesday, July 20. “Mostly, he is in India, but not only there. The arrival of new options from abroad is alarming,” Zarka said. He urged everyone who returns from abroad to be sure to undergo a PCR test. According to the professor, tests are especially important for those who return from countries with a high incidence of the disease. These are India, South Africa, Malta and Botswana. “Despite the new option, we record a decrease in the number of cases, and we believe that the incidence rate in this wave will continue to decline in the near future,” he added.

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