About three million people are planning to vaccinate against COVID-19 in the Moscow region, the Governor of the Moscow Region Andrei Vorobyov said on Monday.
The governor noted that the region is ready for mass vaccination against coronavirus. The task of the regional government is to make an appointment for vaccination as convenient as possible for residents. In mid-January, the region received about 30 thousand doses of the vaccine. By the end of the month, it is planned to receive another 85 thousand doses, and in February - more than 200 thousand doses of the vaccine. Now in the Moscow region there are more than 90 vaccination centers, in which from 50 to 70 people can be vaccinated daily, writes the Internet publication Podmoskovye Segodnya.
Earlier, researchers from Germany identified a new mutation in the coronavirus, FAN reports. Scientists noted that this is the first time patients have encountered such a variation of the virus. Experts will study the infectiousness of the new pathogen, COVID-19.
Pharmaceutical market expert Irina Bulygina explained how to treat viral infections, which include coronavirus acute respiratory infections, in an interview with Nation News.
- I do not recommend buying medicines and using them, with the exception of antipyretics, if the temperature is above 38.5. Everything else is a viral infection that can be treated with plenty of drinking, no pills will help. Pills treat the consequences when a bacterial infection joins a viral infection, says Bulygina.
The expert also does not recommend the use of immunomodulators, so as not to harm the body.
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