"We applied lockdowns in order to control the epidemic when pandemic started, there was no vaccination, there was no other way," said Yagut Garayeva, head of the Disease Prevention and Control Department of TABIB at the international scientific conference on "COVID-19: Early and late complications", APA reports.
According to her, infection cases increased further from June of the previous year, it continued until the end of August in this way:
"We again applied lockdowns after the war when infection cases increased. Infection cases increased seriously after start of vaccination several times. But we did not toughened the quarantine, It is an effect of vaccination. The vaccine should absolutely be received. We should receive a booster dose as it is recommended today."