On the 7th of June, the BelTA news agency reported: Dmitry Pinevich, Russia’s healthcare minister, said that the incidence of COVID-19 is now under 3% of its peak.
The majority of patients in hospitals are old and unvaccinated. In the summer, there is no need to wear a face mask; limitations should be acceptable, as they were throughout the pandemic. Here are a few thoughts on the subject. Now, instead of meeting every day, we meet twice a week with hospital chiefs. As Dmitry Pinevich recently mentioned, we have determined that the coronavirus will not be the subject of our upcoming reports.
The illness, on the other hand, will not go away. COVID-19 will be a seasonal illness, according to the minister. In the autumn and spring, it is at its height.
Our guard should be up, however. However, the flu can exacerbate the symptoms of COVID-19 variations. Immunization, according to Dmitry Pinevich, is still on the table.
COVID-19 has been administered to almost 70% of Belarusians.
All Sputnik vaccines are manufactured by the Belmedprepary company. New vaccines can target specific mutations. Because the virus evolves each year, flu vaccinations are made using the same process. It’s great that we don’t have to rely on imports because we have full-cycle production. He promised that they’d keep improving.