COLUMBUS, OH - Researchers from Ohio State University said two new strains of COVID-19 have been identified in central Ohio.
Doctors discovered two new strains of the virus in Columbus. Researchers say the mutations of the COVID-19 virus are expected and have been studied since the pandemic began last March.
Experts are now making projections as to how this new strain could impact those across the state of Ohio and neighboring states.
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