We have been waiting for this event for almost a year - the vaccine against coronavirus infection has been tested and starting from December 4, Moscow will open an entry for vaccination. The first injections can be given by employees of education, health care, social services. The list will be gradually expanded. Are Russian stars ready to give an injection to gain immunity to covid? About it
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Valentina Rubtsova, actress Star of "Sasha Tani" admits that she missed the news about the start of vaccination. During the filming and preparation for the New Year, I did not track how the tests were going. “So straight away and I can’t answer whether I will do it or not. I just try to live a healthy lifestyle so I can get less sick. Maybe a little later, I'll think about it. " Maria Pogrebnyak, model The wife of footballer Pavel Pogrebnyak and mother of many children relies on hardening. Her family monitors a healthy diet, pays sufficient attention to sports and resists disease by strengthening the body. “We try to strengthen the immune system, pour cold water in the morning, I think this is the best thing. We try to get vaccinated less often in order to strengthen the body in a natural way. " Maria Pogrebnyak chooses hardening, not vaccinations.
Photo: Global Look Press Lev Leshchenko, artist Lev Leshchenko is one of those who know about the coronavirus not from the news, he suffered a serious illness. For several weeks, doctors at the Kommunarka hospital tried to get the artist back on his feet. Fortunately, they succeeded. “I got sick, now I have cellular immunity. Can I get sick again? I do not know. I hope not, I rely on the strength of the body. " Lev Leshchenko was sick with coronavirus and is now counting on the strength of the body.
Photo: Global Look Press Victoria Bonya, TV presenter Business lady and participant of "House-2" is considered an anti-vaccine, but in the case of the coronavirus vaccine, she says that it is necessary to assess the individual characteristics of a person “It is difficult to express my attitude to vaccinations in three words. This is an individual story of how a person reacts to viruses, how he gets sick. We must weigh and accept everything. " Victoria Bonya relies on her immunity.
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