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7 cases of Indian COVID variant detected in Israel – The Times of Israel

Health Ministry says strain found among unvaccinated travelers, adds that ‘there is still no clear information’ on the variant or its impact



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A coronavirus variant from India has been detected in Israel for the first time, the Health Ministry announced Friday.
The ministry said the strain was found among seven unvaccinated travelers who returned to Israel from abroad. It was not specified where the seven arrived from.
The variant was detected using genome sequencing, according to the Health Ministry.
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