Director of the Scientific Research Institute of Medical Prevention: “One can not hope for vaccine to fight coronavirus”
- 02 December 2020
“There is not enough information about coronavirus today,” said director of the Scientific Research Medical Prevention Institute named after Vali Akhundov, Professor Adil Allahverdiyev at today’s briefing, APA reports.
He noted that today, the virus can also circulate through people who smoke on the street. The situation in taxis is not good either. You should open the windows as soon as you get in the taxi. Recent scientific studies have shown that 4% of people are genetically incapable of secreting antiviral substances. Antibodies in 10% of diseases do not prevent the virus from surviving. The virus continues to live biologically. If we do not feed the virus, we can break the chain. Therefore, if we do not follow the instructions, we will cause the virus to multiply even more. Today, the issue of vaccines is on the government's agenda. All of the vaccines are being tested. One can not hope for a vaccine to fight coronavirus. By simply maintaining social distance, wearing a face mask, and following the rules of hygiene, we can still prevent the spread of the virus. The virus loves mass. We must maintain social distance.”