How many types of COVID-19 are there and where did the virus first start spreading? New research from Cambridge University revelations.
Professor Peter Forster of the University of Cambridge says that the earliest variants of the virus are found in the United States and Australia, there is no evidence of an outbreak in Wuhan.
According to details, new research from the University of Cambridge in search of the first type of COVID-19 has revealed surprising findings. According to Professor Peter Forster, a geneticist at the University, three subtypes of the COVID-19 virus have been discovered, which have been subdivided into categories A, B and C.
COVID-19 First Appearance
Scientists estimate that Type A virus first appeared in the virus that infected the United States and Australia, while Type B virus is a genetically modified form of Type A, while Type C virus originated from Type B.
According to a genetic field professor, the Type C virus is affecting people in Europe, while East Asian countries have Type B. Most of the virus type B was found in the Chinese city of Wuhan, while very few cases of type A were found.
Professor Peter Forster says there is no evidence yet that the virus was first born in Wuhan, China.