Sputnik Pavel Lvov
This week, a mass vaccination campaign for the population began in Russia.
And the Russian Minister of Health, Mikhail Murashko, announced in a recent press conference at the Russian government building that it is not necessary to undergo tests that detect “Covid-19” and antibodies before receiving the vaccine.
The newspaper “Komsomolskaya Pravda” conducted an interview with the infectious diseases doctor and head of one of the medical centers in Moscow, Yevgeny Timakov, and asked him what would happen to a person who received a vaccine and did not know that he had the Coronavirus, since the disease did not show any serious symptoms in him?
The doctor said that no accurate studies have been conducted in this regard. But the experience of vaccination with other vaccines has witnessed that there will be no disaster for him, as the vaccine is designed to protect humans from infection even if it is in its initial stage. Given that studies in this area have not been conducted so far, it is recommended, according to the Russian doctor, to test for detection of antibodies before vaccination. In the event that antibiotics are discovered in the body, receiving a vaccine against “Covid-19” is not considered an urgent matter for a person who wants to be vaccinated. He can receive a vaccine after a while, as the antibodies still protect him from the virus.
He said that the vaccine does not threaten a person who has recovered from “Covid-19” because the vaccine increases the strength of his immunity against the Corona virus in any case.
Source: Komsomolskaya Pravda