The Deputy Told How The Vaccine Helped Him To Transfer COVID-19 Asymptomatically

The Deputy Told How The Vaccine Helped Him To Transfer COVID-19 Asymptomatically
The Deputy Told How The Vaccine Helped Him To Transfer COVID-19 Asymptomatically

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Valery Gartung, deputy head of the Just Russia faction in the State Duma, who took part in the Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine trial, told RIA Novosti that the vaccine helped him to transfer the disease asymptomatically. The MP shared that he contracted the coronavirus ten days before antibodies were to begin to be produced, which appear only 21 days after the second vaccination. "It's another matter that, apparently, my production of antibodies has already begun, but very weakly, so I suffered it asymptomatically, I didn't even have a temperature," the parliamentarian said. He noted that two days ago he received the results of a test with a very high level of antibodies - 16 units. "I think that I got infected only because the vaccine did not have time to work in full, but in the end it still worked. Therefore, I concluded that the Sputnik V vaccine flies," Hartung explained. The parliamentarian stressed that he is in good physical shape, runs or walks 10 kilometers every day, and exercises on the horizontal bar. Hartung awaits the results of another test. Earlier, an infectious disease doctor, immunologist, director of the Scientific Information Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Viral Infections Georgy Vikulov said that the body's ability to respond correctly to vaccination depends on a number of factors. Among them - the state of the human immune system, the correctness of the immunization technique, as well as the stability of the vaccine activity.

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