A Genetic Company Found A Patient Having Two Strains of Coronavirus in Iceland

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The company has also found that there have been 40 mutations of the coronavirus based on researching the human genome.

Iceland has also been infected with coronavirus like many countries in the world. The country has total cases of 737. Also, today, they had 89+ new cases with a total of 2 dead cases.

Still, more than 8,000 people in Iceland remain in quarantine. Now is the time to stay quarantined so the virus doesn’t spread quickly and cases rise.

Stay home and stay safe!

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