Virologist Named Diseases That Cannot Be Vaccinated Against COVID-19

Virologist Named Diseases That Cannot Be Vaccinated Against COVID-19
Virologist Named Diseases That Cannot Be Vaccinated Against COVID-19

Video: Virologist Named Diseases That Cannot Be Vaccinated Against COVID-19

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Leading researcher at the Center for Fundamental Translational Medicine Alexander Chepurnov spoke on the air of the NSN about the side effects after vaccination against coronavirus. Weakness, drowsiness, body aches, short-term fever, chills - these symptoms can be observed in those vaccinated against coronavirus, Oksana Drapkina, chief freelance therapist of the Russian Ministry of Health, said on Channel One. According to her, this is a natural reaction of the body to the injected drug. As the expert notes, side effects persist for about a day after vaccination against COVID-19. Leading researcher at the Center for Fundamental Translational Medicine Alexander Chepurnov on the air of the NSN told who should not be vaccinated against coronavirus. "It is not worth vaccinating those who are prone to severe allergic manifestations and autoimmune diseases, those who had severe inflammation a month before vaccination and later, in general, inflammatory processes are a direct contraindication," said the virologist. Chepurnov recalled that so far only one coronavirus vaccine is being used in Russia - Sputnik V. According to him, in half of the cases of its use, an increase in temperature is observed on the first or second day. “This is in line with the data that were announced by the vaccine developers in the international medical journal Lancet. Also, aches are often added in the arm, more precisely in the shoulder, where the vaccine was administered, "added the virologist. Earlier, the virologist, Doctor of Medical Sciences Nikolai Malyshev at a press conference with the NSN said that most of the year Russians will have to continue wearing masks.

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