Doctor And TV Presenter Elena Malysheva Told Who First Of All Needs Vaccination Against COVID-19

Doctor And TV Presenter Elena Malysheva Told Who First Of All Needs Vaccination Against COVID-19
Doctor And TV Presenter Elena Malysheva Told Who First Of All Needs Vaccination Against COVID-19

Video: Doctor And TV Presenter Elena Malysheva Told Who First Of All Needs Vaccination Against COVID-19

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The expert gave clarifications on vaccination against coronavirus. Elena Malysheva spoke about vaccination against COVID-19 for various groups of people. According to the doctor and TV presenter, vaccination is vital for a number of people. Vaccinations are necessary for people over 65 years of age, as well as those with obesity and diabetes. Malysheva noted that such people have a much greater risk of dying from coronavirus infection. But children do not need to be vaccinated. Children practically do not get sick, practically do not die from coronavirus. Children do not transmit this infection to adults. In addition, all vaccines against coronavirus are shown to persons over the age of 18, - said Elena Malysheva. (note Letidor.ru: in the quotes the spelling and punctuation of the authors are preserved) Elena Malysheva noted that the domestic vaccine has no side effects, as evidenced, among other things, by published studies. “So far, doctors see no cause for concern. In addition to the side effects typical for any vaccine (redness at the injection site, induration at the injection site, and so on), some people develop hyperthermia on the first day after injection,”said the TV presenter. The doctor emphasized that the vaccine does not provide 100% protection against the virus. It's about 95%. The vaccine will either completely protect you from the disease, or protect you from the severe course of the coronavirus. In addition, vaccination will create population immunity that will protect us all and dramatically weaken the coronavirus. Elena Malysheva said that those who have had COVID-19 do not need a vaccine. Those who have been vaccinated, however, will most likely need to be boosted once every two years. “But, so far it is impossible to answer this question. We've only known this infection for a year. Monitoring vaccinated people is just beginning. Those who were vaccinated in April still have antibodies. That is, they have a virus neutralizing antibodies after vaccination remain for 10 months, "- said the specialist. The TV presenter noted that the domestic vaccine "Sputnik V" is no worse than the western one and meets all international standards. Read more news about the coronavirus here. Photo: visualrian.ru / Sergey Guneev

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