“Look, 2001 SARS.

Everyone got into a fighting stance, both virologists and microbiologists, and he just disappeared.

Absolutely no.

And no one can find him, ”said Zhemchugov.

He recalled that in 2009 there was a proliferation of MERS in the Middle East. 

“There were camels, mass deaths, everyone got scared again, and again he disappeared.

Once - and no.

In what animal he hid, where he went - no.

For him to disappear, this can also be.

Now one of the options is that the same can happen, "- said Zhemchugov.

According to him, the number of cases in India is sharply decreasing.

Earlier, the head of the laboratory of biotechnology and virology of the Faculty of Natural Sciences of Novosibirsk State University, Sergei Netesov, in an interview with URA.RU, denied allegations of the "harmlessness" of the coronavirus.