“Credo valga la pena tenere d’occhio la nuova sotto-variante Ba.2.75 identificata in India e altri Paesi in quanto potrebbe essere ancora più contagiosa della Omicron 5 e avere un’elevata capacità di infettare, le persone guarite e vaccinate. Occhio senza allarme”. Lo scrive su Twitter Matteo Bassetti, direttore Malattie Infettive dell’ospedale San Martino di Genova.
#Belgium is momentarily tackling a new #BA5 wave, its 7th, is #Centaurus/#BA275 going to be our 8th wave for after the summer?
Just to wake you up, this highly infectious new variant doesn’t look milder, may even have a higher intrinsic severity #caution https://t.co/GjyQL9IzLP
— Harry Spoelstra (@HarrySpoelstra) July 3, 2022
Variant #BA275 highly immune-evasive, even more transmissible that the most transmissible Omicron variants…
Not detectable on rapid tests, not detectable on PCR tests without the labs changing their test software…
Watch out! https://t.co/HAKO0qMIUN
— Volutes (@Volutes12) July 3, 2022
What makes #BA275 so dangerous – a personal assessment: ALL (different) rapid tests up to now (!) have always been negative. Strongly symptomatic K in two different laboratories: PCR negative. After installing the new software on the PCR device in the test center: positive https://t.co/I2YUQxuH8I
— Questioning the World (@DmonsRUnleashed) July 3, 2022