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Gunzburg told about the difficulty of the fight against coronavirus

MOSCOW, Nov 12 - PRIME. In Russia, it has become more difficult to fight the spread of coronavirus infection, since the epidemic has become not imported cases, but many of its own local foci acting simultaneously. The director of the Gamaleya Center Alexander Gintsburg told about this at a meeting of the Jewish Business Club. Gunzburg told when the mass vaccination against COVID starts

Gunzburg told about the difficulty of the fight against coronavirus

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MOSCOW, Nov 12 - PRIME. In Russia, it has become more difficult to combat the spread of coronavirus infection, since the epidemic has become not imported cases, but many of its own local foci acting simultaneously. The director of the Gamaleya Center Alexander Gintsburg told about this at a meeting of the Jewish Business Club. Gunzburg told when the mass vaccination against COVID starts

According to him, initially in Russia, the main sources of infection were the airports of Moscow, St. Petersburg "and further down the list."

After that, the coronavirus spread across the regions. This became "especially obvious" when everyone rested in a crowded environment with a limited number of places, and then the school season began on September 1.

"If at the first stage we fought against the imported form of infection, when it was possible to block the transmission routes, now it is virtually impossible to block the transmission routes, because there are many local foci of our own, which have flared up and more or less began to function at the same time," said Gunzburg.

According to him, about 15% of patients who have been ill with severe COVID-19 do not develop immunity to the virus, and therefore they have a risk of getting sick again. Lifetime immunity to coronavirus is not formed at all.

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