SarsCov-2 variants are the efforts that the virus makes to evolve and survive. Viruses are not living things, they only reproduce. Strains have the evolutionary capacity that makes them grow, and makes them a threat to humans and science. Therefore, science faces this race against time to achieve global immunity and end the new coronavirus pandemic. The greatest enemies of society are the "propagating events", and as evidence it is possible to compare the significant increase in the number of infections and deaths by covid-19 after the Thanksgiving, Christmas, Three Kings, the Day of the lovers and, soon, the Day of San Andrés. Dr. Elmer Huerta explains to Guillermo Arduino why in practical terms the virus has become more contagious.
Holiday social celebrations could be the start of the next wave of covid-19
SarsCov-2 variants are the efforts that the virus makes to evolve and survive. Viruses are not living things, they only reproduce.