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South African variant of coronavirus now in Northern Ireland – Belfast Live

Three cases have been identified say health chiefs

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Three people in Northern Ireland are confirmed to have the South African variant of coronavirus, according to health chiefs.
The confirmed cases, are the first to be detected in the province.
Department of Health revealed the news this afternoon, saying a detailed health protection risk assessment and contact tracing response has been deployed.
They added that the risk of transmission is judged to be low at this time and that they are working closely with the Public Health Agency and the Regional…

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