"(Coronavirus. - 


) has been mutating so intensively for the past six months, it is becoming much more volatile," Popova quoted TASS as saying.

She noted that not much time had passed to fully study the virus.

Earlier, Popova talked about a decrease in the rate of increase in the incidence of coronavirus in ten Russian regions.

In addition, on the fields of the educational campaign "Let's figure it out in vaccines together," the head of Rospotrebnadzor reported that among those who completed vaccination against COVID-19, only 0.7-0.8% of people are infected with coronavirus.