Elena Malinnikova, Head of the Department of Virology at the Russian Medical Academy of Continuing Professional Education, commented on the situation with coronavirus mutations.
In conversation with Nation News she stated that mutations can occur when the virus begins to contact between a vaccinated person and an unvaccinated person – the situation is affected by the resonance of patients with people with persistent immunity.
At the same time, the specialist added that citizens who have been vaccinated and received antibodies are less likely to fall into the risk group for the mutation of the virus.
“Only by accelerating the rate of vaccination of the population, it is possible to stop the high incidence and mutation of the coronavirus, there is no other way out,” concluded Malinnikova.
Previously, immunologist-allergist Nadezhda Loginova in an interview with Inforeactor gave recommendations on preparing for vaccination against COVID-19.
Source: RT на русском by russian.rt.com.
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