A new crown variant of the virus found in Brazil has been detected in at least six people in the UK

A new variant novel coronavirus was first discovered in Brazil in December 2020.
At least six people have tested positive for the virus, one of whom has not yet been contacted.
Nadim Zahavi, deputy secretary of state for vaccines at the UK’s Ministry of Health, urged the patient on Monday to contact medical authorities as soon as possible.

In addition, the case also triggered criticism of the UK public opinion for the lack of border prevention measures. At the end of 2020, a mutant novel coronavirus was discovered in some countries, but it was not until February 2021 that the UK began to impose mandatory quarantine on cross-border international passengers.