COVID-19 Variant ‘IHU’ With 46 Mutations Found in France

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Another variant of COVID-19 with a large number of mutations was discovered in France last month, but scientists have urged people not to panic.

The variant is known as B.1.640.2, or colloquially as “IHU,” after the researchers at Méditerranée Infection University Hospital Institute discovered it.

In a study published Dec. 29, researchers said that the B.1.640.2 variant had been found in 12 people living in the same area of southeastern France last year who tested positive for COVID-19.

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