Strain has been identified in two people in South Carolina, state health authorities say
By Betsy McKay and Daniela Hernandez
Wall Street Journal
Health authorities in South Carolina said Thursday they have identified two people who were infected with a coronavirus variant that was first detected in South Africa and could evade some treatments.
The two adults haven’t traveled to South Africa and aren’t connected to one another, authorities said, suggesting that the variant, known as B.1.351, is potentially circulating in the community.
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