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COVID-19-d614g mutation

Dear (Managers and Employees),

You will be seeing in the news information about a new mutation of the novel
coronavirus (Covid-19) that scientists at the Los Alamos National Laboratory
in New Mexico have highlighted for its potential for increasing the
transmissibility of the virus. The strain, called D614G, could also impact the
severity of the disease.

For this reason, we are forwarding you some information about this new
mutation to make sure you get the facts right.

Mutations

Strain D614G

On Vaccines

The Good News

The Bad News

In a Nutshell

Kind Regards,
(Your Name and Signature)

References:

Rachel Schraer – Coronavirus mutations: Scientists puzzle over impact –
https://www.bbc.com/news/health-52557955

Erika Edwards and Tonya Bauer and Judy Silverman, NBC News – Has the
coronavirus mutated to be more contagious? –
https://news.yahoo.com/coronavirus-mutated-more-contagious-
231245119.html

Ries, Julia. “COVID-19 Will Mutate — What That Means for a
Vaccine.” Healthline, 05 May 2020. https://www.healthline.com/health-news/what-to-know-about-mutation-and-covid-19. Accessed 06 May 2020.

Tang, Abby, Morgan, Clancy, and Park, Emily. “How viruses like the
coronavirus mutate.” Business Insider, 05 May
2020. https://www.businessinsider.com/why-the-coronavirus-mutations-are-actually-nothing-to-worry-about-2020-4. Accessed 06 May 2020.

Corum, Jonathan, and Zimmer, Carl. “How Coronavirus Mutates and
Spreads.” The New York Times, 30 April
2020. https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/04/30/science/coronavirus-mutations.html. Accessed 06 May 2020.

 

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