The coronavirus vaccination remains a hot topic of discussion, and some have found it difficult to decide whether or not to resort to it. But the actress Daria Poverennova had already decided to get vaccinated, but after passing the mandatory antibody test before her, she was surprised to find that she had already had a coronavirus. At the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, actress Daria Poverennova took the new disease seriously and urged fans to take all precautions and stay at home. The artist even shared the methods of prevention that she used so as not to get sick. And until recently it seemed that they really helped. However, the other day Poverennova found out that she actually had a coronavirus without having the slightest idea about it. The actress said that she decided to be vaccinated against the virus, and after passing the mandatory test for antibodies before her, she was surprised to find a high result, which meant the transferred illness. At the same time, she managed to recall several mild symptoms with great difficulty. “I try in vain to remember when I got sick, and I remember only two days in September, when, after returning from Sochi, for two days I felt a little weak, and after measuring my temperature, I saw 37.3. And these are all from the symptoms! But! I have done PCR tests a number of times and they were all negative! When this virus managed to slip through, I still don’t understand,”Poverennova said. The actress is confident that she managed to survive the coronavirus easily thanks to daily jogging, constant health care and a proper lifestyle. This, according to Daria, strengthened her immunity. Although while Poverennova was left without vaccination, among celebrities she was not the first to decide on vaccination. So, the famous doctor and TV presenter Alexander Myasnikov was one of the first to be vaccinated, telling readers about it on social networks. Although the doctor admits that he does not see the virus as a serious danger, he believes that he should test the vaccine on himself before recommending or not recommending vaccination to patients.