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Scientists: Far Easterners complain of coronavirus less often than others

Scientists: Far Easterners complain of coronavirus less often than others
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Residents of the Far East are less likely to complain of coronavirus symptoms than those who live in Siberia and the European part of Russia. As scientists of the Far Eastern State Medical University (FENU) found out, the subjective sensations in pneumonia and viral diseases are highly dependent on the person’s psychotype, and it often correlates with their place of residence.

As they say "News" With reference to a study by scientists of the Far Eastern State Medical University, the concept of the timeliness of a doctor’s call may differ for people born in different territories of Russia. Experts analyzed hundreds of cases of illness of military personnel who contracted pneumonia in the Far Eastern Federal District, and found that the symptoms of the disease were previously felt by residents of the European part of Russia, then the Urals and Siberia, and the Far East did not notice the disease until the last.

Scientists attribute this to the psychology of infected people. There is a certain tendency for the temperament to depend on the place of residence: northerners are calm, and southerners are exalted.

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