The statement says the mutation is “difficult to detect” in some of the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO).

Taneli Bumalainen, chief physician at the Finnish Institute for Health and Social Affairs (THL), was evaluated in a weekly press conference on reviewing the epidemic: “I will not talk about the Finnish alternative to the virus yet.”

And admit it to get information about “New boomHe added that “the authorities are” calm “because according to the initial information of virus experts, this type of virus does not spread faster or cannot be detected.

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