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72 Cases Of Indian Variant Detected

An Immunologist says it's going to very difficult to contain the Indian variant as it's more transmissible.

An Immunologist says it's going to very difficult to contain the Indian variant as it's more transmissible.

72 cases of the Indian mutation have been detected in this country so far.

It comes as the Chief Medical Officer Tony Holohan says it's likely to be even more transmissible than the UK strain.

Trinity College Dublin Professor of Immunology and Mullingar's Kingston Mills says some vaccines mightn't be as effective against the Indian variant:

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