Signs of a second CCP virus outbreak are appearing in three northeastern Chinese provinces: Jilin, Heilongjiang, and Liaoning.
According to Chinese media, one expert says the virus is behaving differently in northeastern China. It takes longer for the virus to become detectable than in Wuhan, this means a higher risk of clusters of family infections. Patients are also taking longer to recover.
Another major difference is that the virus from the second outbreak mainly attacks people’s lungs, whereas the virus in Wuhan attacks multiple organs.
Chinese research shows the CCP virus has mutated into at least 30 strains. Researchers from the U.S. and Britain say there are already hundreds of mutations.