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The variant, first seen in Britain, is significantly more transmissible than the older variants.
Other times, they’re beneficial to the virus in some way, such as by making it more transmissible.
We’re also staring down this issue of these variants which are more transmissible, and so bringing a lot of people from all over the country together for an event like this has some risk.
Meanwhile, the variants, which are suspected to be more transmissible, provide new cause for concern if people are gathering with others.
It comes as more cases of the highly transmissible variants first found in South Africa and the United Kingdom are being detected.
Politics of the pandemicLike many countries, Israel has faced rocketing infection rates—including the newer, more transmissible strains of the virus.
Variants first detected in the United Kingdom, South Africa and Brazil are suspected to be more transmissible and driving spikes that are overwhelming hospitals.
That said, many scientists are convinced that the variants are more transmissible.
Any virus that has a mutation is a variant—and while most variants aren’t more dangerous than the original, some, like the SARS-CoV-2 one identified in the UK, can be more transmissible.
Mutations in the virus make this new strain 50%-70% more transmissible than others, scientists estimate.

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