My Phone Mutated – Will This Be Good News For the Public?
When Lin Bai woke up one morning, his phone had mutated, and his intuition told him that it was not as simple as it seemed. Recently, a new SARS vaccine has been developed, which is capable of withstand some mutations in the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. But, how does this vaccine work? And what are the side effects of this new vaccine? And will this be good news for the public?
Lin Bai’s phone mutated after waking up
When she woke up in the morning, she found her phone had a strange app. It told her that she had changed her future and that she would be rewarded. Lin Bai glanced at the black-and-white picture of a young woman on the latest message and thought it was Yu Jinmo. But she was wrong. In fact, the photo was of Lin Bai’s childhood friend.
Yu Jianhao had a feeling that Lin Bai and Yu Jinmo liked each other, and he had no choice but to let her get in touch with him. In order to do this, he had to improve himself. That was why he decided to make a prelim plan and talk to his daughter. This was the first time Lin Bai had told her father about the plan.
Lin Bai’s intuition told him that things were not as simple as they seemed
After a long time of suffering, the old man agreed to undergo surgery. The family was shocked, but they had been waiting for the right candidate for years. Lin Bai’s intuition told him that things were not as simple as they seemed. His wife and his parents were likewise surprised, but they remained silent. During the procedure, Lin Bai had to stay in the hospital for three weeks, and his body temperature fluctuated in extremes.
Lin Bai was also aware of the illness of the Old Master Ye. He was about to enter surgery, and the doctor told him about the shrapnel that had lodged inside his body. He knew that the shrapnel was already inside him, and he had to remove it before the surgery. He was about to die. Despite the sadness in his heart, Lin Bai secretly swore to protect his master.
Covid-19 vaccine withstands some mutations of SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus
Researchers are confident that the Covid-19 vaccine withstands some mutation of SARS-CoV-2 coronaviral virus. However, the researchers warn that these findings are not conclusive and that the vaccine needs further testing against other variants of the virus. Scientists expect the vaccine to be safe against a single mutation, but the study is conducted on a different version of the virus than the original one.
A.23.1 and A.223.1 both contain the mutations N501Y and L452R. The Ugandan strain replaces previously circulating virus in a matter of two months. The Ugandan strain is more transmissible than the other two strains, and is found multiple times outside the country. In addition, there is a variation identified in Columbia with similar mutation profile but different lineage. However, no further information is available at this time.