ORLANDO, Fla. – A new study of COVID-19 variants shows they may not necessarily drive the increased spread of the coronavirus.
Scientists at the University of Washington recently looked at thousands of coronavirus samples taken from February to July 2020. [TRENDING: Sneak peek of Universal’s new roller coaster | 23 dead in Mexico City metro collapse | Children 12-15 could soon get vaccine] At the time, it was believed COVID-19 variants were driving the number of cases.
However, researchers discovered it was human behavior that played a bigger role. Researchers found the variants spread faster in states and countries where officials were slower to order lockdowns or enforce mask mandates.Read more on clickorlando.com