Coronavirus: New evidence shows UK variant may be more deadly, Boris Johnson says

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U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Friday that new evidence suggests that the coronavirus variant first identified in the U.K. may be associated with a higher degree of mortality. Johnson also said that all evidence continues to show that the COVID-19 vaccine remains effective against both the old and new variant of the coronavirus.

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