The number of new types of corona virus (Covid-19) cases worldwide has exceeded 98 million. The number of people who died due to the virus reached 2 million 100 thousand 404. According to the "Worldometers" website, where Covid-19 data were compiled, the number of cases detected in the Covid-19 epidemic spread around the world rose to 98 million 89 thousand 877. The number of people who died due to the virus reached 2 million 100 thousand 404. The USA is the country most affected by the epidemic with 25 million 196 thousand 86 cases and 420 thousand 285 casualties. In the number of cases, India with 10 million 626 thousand 200, Brazil with 8 million 699 thousand 814, Russia with 3 million 655 thousand 839, England with 3 million 543 thousand 646, France with 2 million 987 thousand 965, 2 million 560 thousand 587 with Spain, 2 million 428 thousand 221 with Italy, 2 million 412 thousand 505 with Turkey, 2 million 108 thousand 895 with Germany, Colombia and 1 million 972 thousand 345, 1 million 843 thousand 77 with Argentina, with 1 million 711 thousand 283 Mexico is followed by Poland with 1 million 457 thousand 755, South Africa with 1 million 380 thousand 807, Iran with 1 million 354 thousand 520, Ukraine with 1 million 177 thousand 621 and Peru with 1 million 82 thousand 907. In the number of casualties, Brazil with 214 thousand 228, India with 153 thousand 67, Mexico with 146 thousand 174, England with 94 thousand 580, Italy with 84 thousand 202, France with 71 thousand 998, Russia with 67 thousand 837, 57 Iran with 1 thousand 157, Spain with 55 thousand 41, Germany with 51 thousand 151, Colombia with 50 thousand 187, Argentina with 46 thousand 355, South Africa with 39 thousand 501, Peru with 39 thousand 274, Poland with 34 thousand 561, 27 thousand 203 with Indonesia, and Turkey, 24 thousand 640, 21 thousand 499 to 20 thousand 572 followed by Ukraine and Belgium. Around the world, 70 million 467 thousand 972 people regained their health by defeating the virus. Currently, 25 million 521 thousand 501 patients are under treatment.
According to research conducted by McMaster University and Mayo Clinic researchers and published in the International Journal of Exercise Science, it was found that it is enough to exercise for 11 minutes three times a week for six weeks to lose weight. Martin Gibala, who carried out the research conducted by kinesiologists and stated that it reduced the rate of fat by 7 percent, said: “It is nice to see our expectations confirmed. It is pleasing to see that a short exercise is effective in losing weight and getting in shape ”. Here is that research and 11 minutes of exercise ... According to the research conducted in Canada, it has been announced that it is enough to do 11 minutes of exercise three days a week for a healthy body. According to the study conducted in partnership with McMaster University in Canada and the Mayo Clinic, 20 people with a body mass index above the normal level and the same were examined. According to the Italian Roma report website, 10 of the participants exercised 11 minutes three days a week for six weeks, while the other half did not do any sports. At the beginning of the study, all participants were subjected to athletic ability assessments while entering resistance and muscle measurement tests. The study, which was completed on 20 people who were retested six weeks later, found a 7 percent decrease in weight of the group engaged in sports compared to the group who did not. Martin Gibala, professor of kinesiology at McMaster University, who was involved in research by kinesiologists, scientists studying human movements, said, “It's good to see our expectations confirmed. It is pleasing to see that a short exercise is effective in losing weight and getting in shape ”.
Turkish scientists Ugur Sahin founding partner where biontech and the vaccine virus to the corona developed by German Pfizer, including OraTau resulting Turkey and the UK spanning more than 60 countries revealed to be effective against the B117 mutations. The results are based on a blood analysis of the trial participants, based on a more comprehensive analysis than those published by the US drug manufacturer last week. Pfizer announced earlier last week that a similar laboratory study showed why the vaccine was highly infectious, showing that it was effective against a key mutation in the spike protein N501Y. The last study, which has not yet been reviewed by the reviewer, was conducted on 10 mutations occurring in the variant known as B117, identified in England.
At least five new types of the new type of corona virus keep scientists up at night. Detected in the southeast of England, the B117 variation has been seen in at least 60 countries so far. The researchers explained that the mutation in question spread 50-70 percent faster. Other mutations originating in South Africa, Brazil, the USA and Germany did not spread as rapidly as B117, but they do show a number of mutations that have caught the attention of geneticists. As a molecular immunologist at Rockefeller University, Dr. "To be honest, we haven't gotten much sleep lately. But so far, none of the mutations have done what scientists fear most and mutated enough to cause more serious illness. But we continue to study them all the time," said Christian Gerber. Here are five mutations that scientists constantly watch ... UK: B117 At the top of the list for scientists is the B177 mutation, which was first seen in the UK. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warned that the variant that spread to more than 60 countries last week could worsen the spread of the pandemic. A previous study by London College University in England found that B117 is 50-70 percent more contagious. However, Gregory Armstrong, who leads the Office of Advanced Molecular Monitoring at the CDC, told CNN, "The mutant virus does not cause severe disease, although it appears to spread faster. According to our current observations, it is decisive in hospitalization or death rates. "There is no increase." On the other hand, 17 genetic changes occurred in the B117 variant, including the spike protein to which the corona virus attaches to human cells. This means that mutations in the variant more easily enter the ACE2 receptors on the outer surface of the lungs, arteries, heart, kidneys and intestines. This leads to a higher probability of these particles infecting some cells in the sinuses or lungs if the air, which are corona virus particles, is inhaled. INFECTES 16 OUT OF EVERY HUNDRED PEOPLE Armstrong stated that the evidence that B117 is more easily transmitted is quite strong, “Approximately 11 out of 100 people who come into contact with someone infected with previous virus types become infected. However, 16 out of every 100 people who come into contact with someone with the B117 mutation are infected. Also, there is evidence that people infected with the B117 variant have higher viral loads. Therefore, it makes sense that the variant is more easily transmitted to humans because viruses invade the cells they infect and turn them into virus factories. "More infected cells means more viruses." SOUTH AFRICA: B.1.351 Much more physical changes occurred in the protein structure of the variant, named B.1.351 or 501Y.V2, first seen in South Africa than in the UK. In particular, an important change called E484K affected a significant part of the spike protein used by the corona virus to bind to cells. The researchers therefore believe that B.1.351 may partially reduce the effectiveness of vaccines. Commenting on the subject, Armstrong said, "The South African mutation is more concerned than other variants. Vaccine manufacturers and academic researchers are testing samples of this variant with others to see that it cannot survive the immune response caused by the mutant virus." "HUMAN BODY PRODUCED HUNDREDS OF DIFFERENT ANTIBODIES AGAINST SOUTH AFRICA MUTATION" On the other hand, Doctor Michel Nussenzweig of Rockefeller University does not think so. Nussenzweig and colleagues are working on the immune response to corona virus infection. The human body has produced hundreds of different antibodies to attack the South African mutation, according to the study published by the team in the journal Nature Monday. In the study, it was stated that people's immune response matured and got even better at targeting the virus. THE IMMUNE SYSTEM IS DEVELOPING AGAINST INFECTIONS "We have a pre-built reservoir of antibodies. The immune system goes into that pool and sees what fits well. Once it finds these antibodies, it can refine them and make them even better. Vaccines produce an immune response similar to natural infection. So, the immune response is an immune response," says Nussenzweig. "Even if a new variant emerges with mutations that allow it to bypass the part of it, the body produces antibodies that can see the non-hidden parts of the virus," he stressed that people should not worry about the mutation. BRAZIL: P.1 AND P.2 Two weeks ago, two mutations of the new type of corona virus, S.1 and S.2, were detected in Brazil. In a study conducted in Manaus, the capital of the Amazon, the P1 mutation was detected in 42 percent of the samples. 4 people from Brazil in Japan, the same varya
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