The head physician of the Moscow City Hospital 71 and TV presenter Alexander Myasnikov, who recently reported that he had herpes zoster, left for the Murmansk Region and had already bathed in the Barents Sea.
Stunningly beautiful places we have! Shore of the Barents Sea, 170 km from Murmansk. And he could have succumbed to his herpes zoster and pain and not go for the weekend, '' Myasnikov wrote on Instagram.
He attached two videos to the post. On the first, against the background of snow-capped hills, he slowly enters the sea, swims there a little and exits. On the second, a strong wind blows a snow-sandy blizzard along this beach towards the sea. He also attached a photo of the northern lights.
Myasnikov urged subscribers never to postpone anything, not to be lazy or afraid.
As NEWS.ru wrote, the day before, Alexander Myasnikov said that he had contracted herpes zoster, and advised the Russians “not to be like him” and to do all the necessary vaccinations on time. Myasnikov added that he was not immediately able to recognize the disease, since, considering himself "thirty", he believed that he was simply pulling a muscle during training. He turned to subscribers aged with advice not to be like him in this and get vaccinated on time - from pneumococcus, influenza, herpes zoster, tetanus, hepatitis B and coronavirus. The doctor also thanked everyone for their concern and said that his "conversation" with the disease would be short.