Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, DG Shekhar Mande said that though scientist world has not seen the transferable mutation but as UK scientist have gone on record with the claims we will have to believe it. Mande further assured that it will not affect the vaccine in any way. While speaking to ANI, Shekhar Mande said, "People in UK have observed certain mutations in the viral genome sequence and UK scientist have gone on record now and said that this mutation is more transferable that means person to person transfer of virus is more in this mutation. They have made this claim but the scientific world has not witnessed it yet. But we will have to believe that. However, whether the mutated virus is more deadly or less deadly in terms of the outcome of the disease is not very well known. It should not affect the vaccine in any way as vaccine is the overall immunity of the body that is in working and it should not impact anything."