Ancha Baranova, professor at the School of Systems Biology at George Mason University, admitted in an interview with RIA Novosti the possibility that people who have received the coronavirus vaccine can infect others if they are asymptomatic distributors of COVID-19.
“We must take into account that now there are fearless and maskless vaccinated and some of them will spread the virus asymptomatically,” she said.
According to the biologist, vaccination does not guarantee the absence of the virus in the nasopharynx, it only with a high degree of probability ensures a mild or asymptomatic course of the disease.
In February, Oksana Drapkina, therapist of the Ministry of Health, listed the side effects of vaccination against COVID-19. So, in the first days after the coronavirus vaccination, attention should be paid to flu-like symptoms: weakness, aches, drowsiness, fever, chills. Side effects can continue for 24 hours after the drug enters the body, and there is no need to worry about this.