OREANDA-NEWS Symptoms of COVID-19 will become weaker with the further spread of the virus, said Muniver Gafarova, professor at the Department of Infectious Diseases of the Crimean Federal University (KFU). The clinical symptoms that were recorded earlier will not occur in vaccinated people, reports the words of the specialist "MK in Crimea".

“If the virus enters the body of a person with good immunity or vaccinated, then it will not cause the same clinical symptoms and health problems that could have been before. In addition to COVID-19, there are other examples of pandemics, for example, those associated with cholera, which has remained since 1960 relevant in the world," Gafarova said.

On May 28, Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Health Protection, Candidate of Medical Sciences Tatyana Solomatina, urged Russians to prepare for a new wave of coronavirus. According to her, in Europe there is already an increase in the incidence. To slow down another outbreak of COVID in the Russian Federation, it is necessary to vaccinate and revaccinate.

In turn, the director of the center. Gamalei Alexander Gintsburg recommended not to refuse vaccination and revaccination against coronavirus, despite the improvement in the epidemiological situation. According to him, now it is necessary to vaccinate as many people as possible, as well as switch to a system of revaccination with a nasal vaccine. Gunzburg called the combination of injectable and nasal preparations the best defense against infection.