Covid-19 – Scientists: Sequencing variant is key to slowing spread • FRANCE 24 English

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“Sequencing is the reading of the genome of the virus as in a book”, virologist Stéphanie Haim-Boukobza explains.

#Sequencing #Omicron #Covid

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