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Butchers: coronavirus in Russia ran out of steam

Butchers: coronavirus in Russia ran out of steam
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Alexander Myasnikov, head of the Russian information headquarters for the fight against coronavirus, shared his latest forecasts on the development of the coronavirus pandemic in Russia. In his opinion, it is not worth waiting for a further increase in patients.

In his Telegram channel, Myasnikov said that with the increase in the number of infected, the coronavirus loses its ability to infect and kill. It is filtered through the immune systems over time and gradually loses its potency. Each time, getting into the next organism, the virus weakens a little.

Alexander Myasnikov also noted that now the majority of infected people carry the virus asymptomatically or in a mild form.

“Everything is exhausted. He ate a virus, pumped our blood and fell off. Let's hope for a long time, ”Myasnikov said.

He also noted that it is not people who defeat the virus, but the disease itself is exhausted. Here are just restrictive measures he recommended to continue.
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