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What is the new JN.1 variant of Corona, know everything about it

The coronavirus that has wreaked havoc across the world is still not completely eradicated. With the passing of years, new forms of this form appear in front of the world. Every day we read about its new variants. These days, once again the new variant of Covid JN.1 has become a topic of discussion in the world. Now it has become a matter of concern for scientists whether it will ever end or whether it will change its form from time to time. Scientists are very worried about the new variant of Corona JN.1 because they say that this variant is much more infectious than other variants. Not only this, it is very dangerous for our immunity. 

What is JN.1 variant?

JN.1 is a new variant of Corona. Which is many times more dangerous than the variants of XBB.1.5 and HV.1. SARS-CoV-2 variant JN.1 is spreading rapidly in countries like England, France, Iceland and America. The new variant of Corona was first detected in Luxembourg on 25 August. After which its strains were found in other countries. The most disturbing thing is that the people who are being victimized by the new variant are not getting any effect from the Covid vaccine. So far, not a single case of this variant has been confirmed in India. 

JN.1 variant is more infectious

The JN.1 variant is said to be much more infectious. The new Covid variant has emerged from the family of BA.2.86.  There have been 41 mutations in the spike protein of the JN.1 variant. In all the variants found so far, there has not been as much change seen in this variant. 

Characteristics of JN.1 variant

JN. Symptoms of variant 1 are similar to older variants. 

For example, fever due to chills

chest pain gona

Difficulty in breathing

Sore throat and pain

body pain 

Headache and nasal congestion

Vomiting and nausea

No taste or smell

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