“The reaction of human’s body to virus is different, the latest in 14 days the infection shows itself,” said Ramin Bayramli, Chairman of Board of Administration of Regional Medical Divisions (TABIB) at a press conference organized by the Task Force under the Cabinet of Ministers, APA reports.
R. Bayramli said that not using personal means, not following social distance have lead to the emerging of the second process as a wave: “Some experts have considered that virus can mutate and disappear. But the virus has not disappeared, it is among us. The more contact there is, the more the infection is expected to increase.”
When it comes to sharply decrease in the number of recovered, the chairman noted that during strict quarantine regime, i.e. prior to April 27, the number of infected people had decreased: “There is a certain period of recovery as well. This period should continue in accordance with medical rules. Initially, the number of infected was few, so the number of recovered was also few. Now infection has increased, we will observe an increase in the number of recoveries too in the future.”