The Expert Warned About The Super-proliferators Of COVID-19 In Russia

The Expert Warned About The Super-proliferators Of COVID-19 In Russia
The Expert Warned About The Super-proliferators Of COVID-19 In Russia

Video: The Expert Warned About The Super-proliferators Of COVID-19 In Russia

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The number of people infected with coronavirus in the world continues to grow, several vaccines have already appeared that can protect against the disease through the action of antibodies. Biosafety expert, Doctor of Medical Sciences Nikolay Durmanov named the reason for the high rate of spread of the virus.

According to him, a large number of COVID-19 super-proliferators have been recorded in Russia. These are people in whom the disease is either asymptomatic, or the symptoms are very mild. However, in their bodies, the virus actively multiplies, thus they become dangerous to others.

“An asymptomatic carrier can only be detected with a PCR test, but what are the reasons for testing it? So we will begin to suspect any healthy person that he is an asymptomatic carrier,”the specialist said in an interview with Sputnik radio. Durmanov recalled the need to use personal protective equipment when in contact with someone. He noted that taking precautions is the only way to prevent infection.

Virologist Andrei Plotnikov said that in order to prevent coronavirus, it is necessary to adhere to a special diet. In Russia, patients with COVID-19 are prescribed the Table 11 diet, when all foods can be consumed, with the exception of the most fatty ones. Dishes can be cooked stewed, baked or boiled. This way of eating increases hemoglobin, strengthens the immune system and replenishes nutrient and vitamin deficiencies, which are especially important for lung health, writes Nation News.

Earlier, the Russian academician announced another deadly danger of the coronavirus. According to him, the infection can cause an immune disorder, leading to "death of people." “COVID-19 has shown that, in general, this new disease has an absolutely different pathogenesis from what we previously had when meeting an infection,” the specialist explained.

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