COVID: boost measures on variants says CTS

(ANSA) – ROME, FEB 15 – The Italian government’s CTS
technical and scientific COVID committee on Monday called for
measures to curb the spread of COVID variants.
    It called for moves similar to those taken by other European
counties to “contain and slow” the spread of the variant strains
of the virus.
    The CTS urged “rigorous compliance, reinforcement and increase
of risk mitigation measures both at a national level and in
specific local environments”.
    The European Commission on Monday called for an accelerated
approval of moves against COVID variants.
    Three main variants are currently threatening the success of the
COVID fight.
    They are the British, South African and Brazilian strains.
    The British one is set to become the dominant variant, health
officials say. (ANSA).
   

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