2 cases of delta plus Covid-19 variant recorded in South Korea

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South Korea has reported its first two cases of delta plus variant of the coronavirus. It is the first time that the country has reported the delta plus variant, citing the country’s Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA).

The KDCA said one of the Delta plus cases is a man in his 40’s who has never been overseas. The Delta variant of the novel coronavirus was first detected in India last October. The “subvariant” strain is considered to be even more contagious, possibly capable of infecting people even after inoculation.

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