The writer on the air of NSN told how the pandemic helped him discover his love for his homeland. The coronavirus pandemic has changed the lives of millions of people around the world. Writer Alexander Tsypkin on the air of NSN told how she helped him discover his love for the Motherland. In his opinion, the measures taken by the Russian authorities to combat the coronavirus are "quite reasonable." “Maybe even they can be tougher if we look at the experience of other countries. Because medical institutions do not have much choice. If you run out of bunks, that's okay. Now, if the doctors run out. It is necessary to stretch the disease for a year and a half, so that everyone will be ill, who should be ill and hold on to the vaccine. Therefore, for the first time in my life, I manifested such powerful patriotism: for the first time in my life I was afraid of being stuck in some Western country from the point of view of health. If you really get sick, then only in Moscow. If there is no cure here, there will not be cure anywhere. And so it happened, I got sick, I experienced high-quality Moscow medicine. Both in terms of protocols and in terms of prompt response. We were really lucky in Moscow. I don’t know how in other cities of Russia, most likely it’s different. There is at least something to strive for. The coronavirus itself is a serious challenge, a civilizational one. Perhaps there will be new such epidemics. In one way or another, they are trying to force us to sit online in order to allow such a number of inhabitants on the planet to exist. Because if there are no people online, the planet will burst,”Tsypkin said. Tsypkin: Zhirinovsky is the most talented actor in Russia! He called for trusting the authorities who are organizing antiquated events. “I am not an expert to make such decisions. I really do not like sofa critics, because you need to weigh not only the consequences of the disease, but also the consequences for the economy. The consequences for the human psyche, because if we cope with the coronavirus, and our suicide rate rises due to the fact that people go broke, this will be a different problem. Therefore, I believe that decisions should be made by those who have the entire array of information. And our amateur analytical conclusions on the topic are only harmful. We have people responsible for this, let's trust them. If we understand that they acted wrong, then we will express our popular opinion,”the writer concluded. Earlier, Tsypkin told on the air of the NSN how reliably the life of wealthy Muscovites was conveyed in the series "Unprincipled", created on the basis of his stories.