Scientists urge concern, not alarm over new virus strains

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Scientists urge concern, not alarm over new virus strains

Police officers direct traffic at the entrance to the closed ferry terminal in Dover, England, Monday, Dec. 21, 2020, after the Port of Dover was closed and access to the Eurotunnel terminal suspended after the French government’s announcement. Because of the spread of a new strain of the coronavirus, France banned all travel from the UK for 48 hours from midnight Sunday, including trucks carrying freight through the tunnel under the English Channel or from the port of Dover on England’s south coast.

Scientists urge concern, not alarm over new virus strains

Police officers direct traffic at the entrance to the closed ferry terminal in Dover, England, Monday, Dec. 21, 2020, after the Port of Dover was closed and access to the Eurotunnel terminal suspended after the French government’s announcement. Because of the spread of a new strain of the coronavirus, France banned all travel from the UK for 48 hours from midnight Sunday, including trucks carrying freight through the tunnel under the English Channel or from the port of Dover on England’s south coast.