OREANDA-NEWS. The chief physician of the Odintsovo hospital near Moscow, Andrei Fadeev, told the 360 ​​TV channel what factors can affect resistance to COVID-19.

Fadeev said that those who lead a healthy lifestyle and avoid crowded places as much as possible will not face the virus. The latter minimizes the very possibility of encountering an infection. “Perhaps people simply have not had contact with the coronavirus. This can also be! " - he noted.

However, according to him, all this does not mean absolute protection from the disease. According to the expert, only vaccination can give a truly serious resistance to the coronavirus and its consequences.

The doctor also said that out of 1200 people being treated at his hospital, only 40 people are vaccinated - no more than four percent. “All other people are not vaccinated. All those who are in intensive care have not been vaccinated, ”the expert emphasized.

Earlier, the Moscow government allocated additional funds for the treatment of patients for the treatment of patients with COVID-19. This amount was 5.6 billion rubles.

The incidence of COVID-19 in Moscow has been declining for the second week in a row. This was reported by TASS with reference to the statement of the mayor Sergei Sobyanin.

A few days earlier, the head of the city announced a decrease in the number of patients with coronavirus in the capital. The mayor stressed that the positive dynamics is associated with measures to introduce non-working days from October 30 to November 7.