Virologist Expects A New Wave Of Coronavirus In Russia In The Fall

Virologist Expects A New Wave Of Coronavirus In Russia In The Fall
Virologist Expects A New Wave Of Coronavirus In Russia In The Fall

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Alexei Agranovsky, professor of the Department of Virology at the Faculty of Biology of Moscow State University, told the radio station "Moscow Says" that he expects the next wave of diseases not earlier than autumn. “It is highly unlikely that there will be a rise until next fall. It's still ARI, ARVI, and such sores increase in the cold season. Therefore, if there was a rise in the beginning of autumn-winter, with which we are now prosperous, therefore, there will be such a stable curve with some downward tendency. Summer will pass, [then - approx. GM] may be the rise of the coronavirus. I think there will not be such a sharp rise as it was when the second wave began in the fall”. According to him, there will be no sharp increase in the number of infections due to the presence of a vaccine, antibodies in those who have recovered and the established rules of behavior of people. “Everything together influences. At first, people are at a loss. And the authorities are at a loss. At least there was no complete clarity of what to do and what not to do. Gradually, doctors learn how to treat severe cases. People learn how to behave in public places and that they do not need to go somewhere if there is a possibility not to do so. People begin to travel out of town, work remotely. Plus a vaccine. Humanity always adjusts. " Today, 15,089 cases of COVID-19 infection have been recorded in Russia per day. Yesterday it was 15,038. In total, 4,042,837 cases of coronavirus infection were detected in the country.

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