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U.K. Coronavirus Strain Does Not Lead To More Severe Illness And Death, Study Finds

The B.1.1.7 variant is now the most dominant version of the coronavirus in the U.S.
Hospital workers tend to a Covid-19 patient at Queen Alexandra Hospital in Portsmouth, England, last month. Researchers have found that the so-called U.K. variant of the coronavirus isn't more likely to lead to death or severe illness. Source: Adrian Dennis

People infected with the U.K. variant of the coronavirus didn't experience more severe symptoms and weren't more likely to die from this particular strain,

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