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Pasteur Institute reveals the number of COVID-19 mutated strains infections in Algeria

Pasteur Institute revealed today, Friday, the number of new infections with mutated strains that were detected during the past two weeks

A statement issued by Pasteur Institute, published on its official page on social networking site “Facebook”, says: “Within the framework of genetic research related to the monitoring of mutated strains of SARS-CoV-2 carried out by Pasteur Institute in Algeria on samples received from various provinces, we bring to you the number of new cases of the British strain (B.1.1.7) and the Indian strain (B.1.617) that were detected during the past two weeks:

 

The week from 04 to 12 May 2021

  1. British strain: 57 cases

34 cases from Algiers province

3 cases from Blida province

One case from Bejaia province

One case from Bouira province

Two cases from Constantine province

One case from El-Oued province

One case from Ghardaia province

5 cases from Medea province

4 cases from M’sila province

Two cases from Ouargla province

One case from Souk Ahras province

One case from Tissemsilt province

One case from Teggourt province

 

  1. Indian strain, 15 cases

14 cases from Ouargla province

One case from Tizi Ouzou province

 

The week from May 13 to 20, 2021:

British strain, 39 cases

 5 cases from Algiers province

15 cases from Oran province

One case from Bejaia province

9 cases from Bouira province

9 cases from Bechar Province

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