The UK is at risk again due to the “Mu” virus strain.
The “Mu” virus strain is the 16th Kovid virus strain identified in the United Kingdom.
So far, 47 cases of “Mu” strain have been identified in England, two in Northern Ireland, three in Scotland and one in Wales.
It has not yet been determined whether the strain, which was first identified in Colombia, is resistant to Kovid vaccines or a major threat.
However, it has been classified by the World Health Organization as a virus strain.
Meanwhile, the Thai government says Bangkok will reopen in October for people who have been vaccinated against Kovid.
The Thai government plans to open the country to tourism in October, even as it faces a third wave of torrential downpours caused by the Delta variety.
Accordingly, foreign tourists who have completed the vaccination can travel to Bangkok and five other provinces without completing the two-week hotel quarantine.
After arriving in the country according to the “sandbox” system, tourists are required to stay at a specified location for 7 days after undergoing the Kovid-19 test.
Meanwhile, the number of global Kovid virus infections today (12) has exceeded 25 million and the number of deaths worldwide from the epidemic is over four million and thirty eight thousand.