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Five occurrences of the Covid-19 subvariant "Centaurus" are reported in Moscow

Moscow registers 5 cases of Covid-19 subvariant 'Centaurus'

Moscow, Five instances of the Covid-19 subvariant Omicron BA.2.75, or "Centaurus," have been identified in Moscow, the country's buyer freedoms and human prosperity guard dog Rospotrebnadzor has said.

"Five genomic successions appointed to the BA.2.75 subvariant of the Omicron strain have been added to the VGARus (Virus Genome Aggregator of Russia) information base," it was cited as saying by Xinhua news organization.

Rospotrebnadzor said the examples were taken in July in Moscow, adding the patients all have a gentle type of the infection and have not been hospitalized.

"Centaurus" was first identified in May in India and is accepted to be exceptionally contagious.

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