Indian coronavirus variant identified in Hungary
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The Indian variant of the coronavirus has been identified in Hungary, the country's chief medical officer said at a pandemic press briefing on Friday.
Dr. Cecília Müller said one of the two cases had already recovered, without serious symptoms, while the other is being treated in hospital but does not require a ventilator.
She added that neither of the cases had traveled abroad and a probe could not determine the source of their infections.
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