Indian variant. This was one of the driving factors for the Scottish Government deciding to keep Glasgow in a higher level of lockdown, the Record can reveal.
A source told how there are believed to be six patients – who have had the vaccine – currently being treated for complications suspected to be related to the variant which has been deadly in India.The high-level source said: “At least one person has had two doses. It is part of the reason for the concern.”Some are believed to be receiving treatment in Glasgow hospitals.The revelations come as First Minister Nicola Sturgeon yesterday took action to halt the spread of Covid-19 in the city and the Moray region by halting lockdown easing in both areas.Amid fears of the Indian variant
Covid variant could result in a third wave virus infections across the UK. Early research has revealed that the mutant strain of the virus could be 50% more infectious than the Kent variant, which swept the UK over winter.
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