Tyumen Physician Suggested A Surge In The Incidence Of COVID-19 In November

Tyumen Physician Suggested A Surge In The Incidence Of COVID-19 In November
Tyumen Physician Suggested A Surge In The Incidence Of COVID-19 In November

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A surge in the incidence of acute coronavirus infection in the Tyumen region may occur in November. The cause is the respiratory nature of the virus. This was reported by the Tyumenskaya Liniya agency with reference to the chief freelance epidemiologist of the regional health department of the Tyumen region, associate professor of the Department of Hygiene, Ecology and Epidemiology of Tyumen State Medical University Oksana Markova. “We can reduce morbidity through vaccination as viruses become vaccine-preventable over time. The greater the coverage of residents, the lower the indicators. Suffice it to recall the statistics on influenza twenty years ago - then the growth of cases was much higher,”Markova said. The expert also emphasized that vaccine prophylaxis is more reliable than the immunity that the human body produces in response to the disease. “We cannot predict the individual development of immunity. People who are asymptomatic or mildly infected may have insufficient immune response to withstand the next episode of the disease,”the specialist noted. The epidemiologist also called on people to comply with sanitary and epidemiological safety measures. Recall that since the beginning of October in the Tyumen region, the increase in the incidence of coronavirus has accelerated. Since the 6th, more than a hundred new cases have been recorded every day. Over the past day, the growth was 141 cases. There were no new deaths in the region, but five died in Yamal, and two patients with diagnosed coronavirus died in Yugra. Photo: FederalPress / Polina Zinovieva

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