Writer Boris Akunin diagnosed with coronavirus

Writer Boris Akunin diagnosed with coronavirus
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Russian writer Boris Akunin (real name Grigory Chkhartishvili), residing currently in London, said that he had identified a coronavirus, APA reports citing TASS.

“I gave up FB because I roll with the fashionable disease. A little stronger – will definitely share my experience. (SPOILER: the fear of the coronavirus is much worse than the coronavirus. Careful not to be needed, and there is no need to panic),” wrote the writer on the page in Facebook.

The Writer said earlier that because of the pandemic, do not panic, that fear of the virus is more terrible than the virus itself.

Boris Akunin is a Russian writer, yaponista scholar, literary critic, translator, public figure. He has also published under the literary pseudonyms, Anna Borisova and Anatoly Brusnikin. He is the author of dozens of novels, stories, literary articles and translations of Japanese, American and English literature. Art produced.Denia Akunin mainly of detective fiction. Best known for his series of novels about the adventures of detective Erast Petrovich Fandorin, who has 17 books. Three of them filmed – “Azazel”, “Turkish gambit” and “the State Counsellor”.

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