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Russian physician predicted the behavior of the coronavirus in 2021

The coronavirus will eventually move into the category of seasonal diseases, exacerbating against the backdrop of changes in weather. However, the fourth wave of infection in 2021 should not be expected. This was predicted by Maxim Gultyaev, a leading researcher at the Laboratory of Pathogenesis of Infectious Diseases at the Moscow State Medical University.

Russian physician predicted the behavior of the coronavirus in 2021

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The coronavirus will eventually move into the category of seasonal diseases, exacerbating against the backdrop of changes in weather. However, the fourth wave of infection in 2021 should not be expected. This was predicted in an interview with radio Sputnik by the leading researcher of the laboratory of pathogenesis of infectious diseases of the Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry, candidate of medical sciences Maxim Gultyaev.

He stressed that by next year the medical system will be fully armed, so the fourth wave should not be expected, despite the seasonal rise in the incidence. “This coronavirus is far from the first in our life, over time we will adapt to each other and will be easier to carry the disease,” said Gultyaev.

The doctor also added that by next year, the conscious population will be vaccinated against the coronavirus. In addition, many have already had time to get sick, so they will have G class antibodies that provide reliable protection against infection. “Those who are vaccinated will be protected, those who are not - it is his choice whether to die or not. It sounds cruel, but it really is, ”the expert concluded.

Earlier, the Ministry of Health estimated the effectiveness of the Russian Sputnik V vaccine at 90 percent. Oksana Drapkina, a freelance specialist in therapy and general practice of the medical department, noted that the effectiveness of the Russian drug is equivalent to the Western one.

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