Mutant curve rises steeply.
According to the Danish Institute of Health, approximately one in three coronavirus infections is included in the B1.1.7 causing a British variant in the country in the second week of February.
Researchers say the British boom will become dominant in the Scandinavian country later this month.
February 8-12. 28.5 percent of randomized trials were recorded in newly infected people in the previous week it was another 20 percent, and at the beginning of the year it was 2 percent.
In Italy, the Ministry of Health estimated Friday that the British surrogate was responsible for 17 per cent of new infections with the Coronavirus.
In Germany, less than 6 percent of the 30,000 infections at the Robert Koch Institute showed, according to a week-long survey, that the British variant had been discovered, but the institute expects results from recent tests next week to show a much higher rate.
A recent study in the United States also predicts that the British variant of the Coronavirus will cause the most illnesses in several federal states in March.