Chief infectious disease specialist: "Coronavirus mutation has not been found to be more dangerous for children"

Chief infectious disease specialist: "Coronavirus mutation has not been found to be more dangerous for children"
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  • calendar-gray 11 February 2021

“Coronavirus mutates and these are numerous,” said Chief infectious disease specialist Teyyar Eyvazov at his speech in a live broadcast about the subject “COVID-19 in schools”, APA reports.

He noted that while mutations occur the characteristics of the virus may change: “Mutation process will still continue. So far, an increase in the rate of spread of the virus in mutations has been observed. It was not defined that they are more dangerous among children. Children are not vaccinated, because they are not a risk group. But previous rules must be followed”. T. Eyvazov has also clarified the excessive use of alcohol by children: “Children’s skin is very sensitive. Alcohol should be used how much it is needed. In accordance with the hygienic rules, children under 5 years should use the soap”.

 

 

 

 

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