The doctor points out that mass testing is the only way to determine how far the virus has spread.
An expert on genetics has found that coronavirus was initially widespread in the UK and that the lack of preventive measures has made it possible to spread it.
Dr. Curry Stephenson is one of the leading experts in his field, and he conducted research in Iceland to genetically investigate any coronavirus infection. The aim is to investigate how the virus mutates and carries out the infection.
His company, deCODE Genetics, was founded 25 years ago in Reykjavik and holds a large database of more than half of the genetic components of the Icelandic population.
Genetic material is being provided to investigate the genetic components of the Covid-19 disease.
The professor pointed out that the sequencing of the virus shows where the infection originated.
“So the virus now has a barcode for every part of the world. “There is a collection of mutations that is relatively characteristic of Austria, another of Italy, as well as of Great Britain and the coast of America.”
The professor says that in the beginning almost all cases in Iceland came from the Alps, people who were skiing in Austria and Italy.
“The government is trying to stop the spread of the virus, but while they are trying to do so, the virus has spread to Earth from people all over the world, and the UK is most at risk. The virus is more prevalent here, “said Professor Stephenson, adding that countries such as Britain and the United States had not been careful enough since the pandemic struck.
Iceland has tested a larger percentage of its population than any other country in the world. Approximately 45,000 people have been tested in the country with a total population of 460,000.
The doctor points out that mass testing is the only way to determine how widespread the virus is among the population.