well dougie, sorry to note, i am truly not sure where to begin with your vague, incoherent post...Meanwhile, the shape of the reported case versus date rate curve has not changed.
The quoted material is exceptionally intelligible.
There are studies sugggesting that the virus is significantly mutating at a rate visible even over the short term that we have been watching its genomics. The report that I have found informative suggests 100 changes in various proteins and, significantly, a half-dozen changes in the Spike ‘S-protein’. That of immunity and vaccine, analogous to influenza.
Today Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza A(H7N3) is reported in a North Carolina commercial turkey flock.
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