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Infectionist made a prediction about the end of the coronavirus pandemic

Infectionist made a prediction about the end of the coronavirus pandemic
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The infectious disease specialist made a prediction about the end of the coronavirus pandemic. According to international public health expert Mikhail Favorov, the end should be expected in 2022, but with mass vaccination, the pandemic will end a year earlier.

As the RIA News"According to the expert, it is very difficult to achieve total vaccination. At the Openbio scientific conference in the science city in Koltsovo, he explained that the international vaccine standard implies a drug that is standardized and released into production, having passed the third phase of testing, and at least 100 thousand units are available.

Favorov noted that so far there is no data on new vaccines against coronavirus after the third phase of trials. He added that re-infection with coronavirus has been proven, and there are also many severe cases among such patients. This suggests that the virus has a much more extended potency.

Previously, scientists predicted the end of the pandemic in Russia in a year. TO end of 2021 the country will cope with the coronavirus.

The State Duma said that in Russia no need to introduce mandatory mass vaccination from the coronavirus. It is necessary to introduce such a procedure only if there is a threat to the life of a large number of people.

Rospotrebnadzor said that the epidemiological situation with the incidence of coronavirus may escalate again in Russia in February-March 2021. It will decline by summer.

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