Expectations of a new strain of “Covid-19” spreading around the world

According to virologists, those infected with the "hidden omicron" lose their sense of smell, as many infections were detected, especially in China and Germany.

It is believed that the most likely cause are immigrants who do not have immunity to the disease.

Russian Health Minister Mikhail Murashko says, “Due to high rates of infection, the BA.2 sub variant of Omicron has a chance of soon becoming the dominant strain.

Record numbers of cases have been recorded in Germany in recent days.

On Monday, the Chinese authorities also announced a record outbreak in dozens of Chinese cities.

In most cases,

Infection is determined by the 'omicron' subtype BA.2.

For his part, Li Jinming, deputy director of the National Center for Clinical Laboratories of the National Health Commission, explained, "The quarantine includes those who have been isolated at home, and those who are quarantined at home.

They came from outside, as well as those with whom they were in contact.

That is, all of them should stay at home.

For five consecutive days, they will undergo a coronavirus test

Quarantine will be lifted for every person whose result is negative.

The Russian doctor and infectious disease specialist, Yevgeny Timakov, points out that the symptoms of infection with “hidden omicron” are similar to the symptoms of poisoning, because this virus reproduces in contrast to

Previous strains in the stomach, and the patient loses his sense of smell and suffers from sore throat, hoarseness and digestive disorders.

For his part, Director of the Russian "Gamalia" Center for Microbiology, Alexander Ginsburg, confirms, "The antibodies that arise after vaccination with the "Sputnik V" vaccine protect against this strain.


The antibody cocktail, which we have now started in clinical trials, unlike all other antibody cocktails, also protects against the new strain.”

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