Ken Remy, an intensive care unit doctor at the University of Washington Medical Center in St. Louis, decided to show what coronavirus patients see in the last minutes of their lives. He posted the video on his Facebook page. The idea to record such a video came to the physician after the death of one of the patients, whose relatives Remi had to notify personally. First, the doctor shows on video how a person who is experiencing acute oxygen deprivation sees the world. He zooms out and brings the camera closer to his face several times. “You’ll see this when your breathing is up to 40 breaths per minute and your oxygen level drops to 80,” he explains. Then the specialist, simulating patient intubation, showed the breathing tube and laryngoscope. In the end, the doctor urged everyone to use personal protective equipment and maintain social distance so as not to face such feelings. Scientists have previously predicted a decline in the coronavirus in 2021. Experts identify two reasons for a pronounced decline in the epidemic by July - August next year: vaccination and weakening of the virus itself. Also, an infectious disease specialist, vaccinologist Yevgeny Timakov said that Russians should expect a slow but steady increase in the incidence of coronavirus to continue. According to him, the greatest growth of this indicator can be observed in the regions over the next month.