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CDC Director: MUTANT VIRUS FOUND IN SOUTH AFRICA HAS SPREAD TO US COMMUNITY

Maryland officials reported a case of “a new crown variant virus found in South Africa” on January 30.
The infected person has no history of international travel, so there could be community transmission.
The announcement comes after South Carolina reported two cases of a “novel coronavirus mutant found in South Africa.”
The two cases in South Carolina are not related and there are no recent travel records, indicating that the mutated virus has begun to circulate in communities across the United States, CDC Director David Wallensky said Tuesday.

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