New virus panic before the corona ends… Flash Khosta-2 statement from US scientists

Creation Date: September 28, 2022 13:41

The world, which has been fighting the coronavirus for more than 2 years, was shaken by the news from Russia. A remarkable vaccine statement came from the US team researching the new virus called Khosta-2.


Coming into our lives in the last months of 2019 coronavirus (Covid-19) World It has cost millions of lives across the country.

The virus, which causes us to leave many of our habits behind, continues to change its shell, so to speak.

While many countries decide to relax after the more contagious but less lethal variant of Omicron RussiaThe news of the new virus from Turkey once again brought the epidemic to the agenda.

According to the news in the British Daily Mail newspaper, Khosta-2 The new virus, called Sochi National Park, has been detected in bats in Russia.


US virologists conducting experiments on Khosta-2 warned that this pathogen is ‘totally resistant’ to vaccines used during the pandemic.

Laboratory studies revealed that Khosta-2 appeared ‘resistant’ to both doses of both the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines.


Scientists discovered that Khosta-2 can easily attach to human cells, just like the coronavirus.

Using a pointed protein on the surface of the virus, the team concluded that it could bind to an entry enzyme called ACE-2, which is found outside of human cells.

The results of the research were published in PLoS Pathogens. The team noted that their findings pose a threat to global health and “emphasizes the urgent need” to develop universal coronavirus vaccines.

Experts affiliated with the Russian Government had acknowledged the existence of Khosta-2 last May.

The coronavirus, which infected more than 600 million people worldwide, cost the lives of more than 5.5 million people.

With over 1 million deaths, the USA was the country with the highest number of deaths, followed by Brazil and India.