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New COVID variants could emerge from animals or from people with chronic infections – but it's not cause for panic

By Grace C Roberts, Research Fellow in Virology, University of Leeds
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Animal reservoirs and people who experience chronic COVID infections could potentially see the emergence of new variants. But these variants aren’t necessarily cause for concern.The Conversation

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