Chief physician Vechorko: the dialogue with the anti-vaccinations who visited the red zone failed Vechorko, who was invited to visit the anti-vaccine red zone, said that the attempt to dialogue with visitors had failed. He told about this on the air of the YouTube channel “Soloviev Live”.
According to Vechorko, on Saturday, November 27, they agreed that the opponents of the vaccines would come to the hospital and the doctors would show the work from the inside. “There is no dialogue, only negative. I realized that it was useless, ”said the head physician.
He explained that opponents of vaccination were asked to wear personal protective equipment to visit the red zone, but most of them refused to comply with the sanitary and epidemiological rules. “Pretense, some kind of laughter, this is an unhealthy situation, but when they began to be rude in front of [one of] patients, I said that we are closing this topic,” Vechorko said, adding that anti-vaccines suggested treating coronavirus with penicillin. p>
The head physician of the Filatov City Clinical Hospital suggested that the opponents of vaccination came to the red zone not for the truth, but for glory. “There is no truth there, this is a provocation. They just scoffed, ”he concluded.
Earlier Vechorko said that because of the behavior of opponents of vaccination, the tour of the department was completed ahead of schedule. He tried to explain the need to use personal protective equipment, but anti-militaries began to interrupt him and express their dissatisfaction.
On November 24, the chief doctors of large covid hospitals in Russia were invited on an “excursion” to the red zones of hospitals where patients with COVID-19 lie , well-known anti-vaccines. These are the leaders of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation and “Fair Russia” Gennady Zyuganov and Sergei Mironov, Deputy Speaker of the State Duma Pyotr Tolstoy, political scientist Sergei Kurginyan, actress Maria Shukshina, singer Natalya Vetlitskaya, TV presenter Oscar Kuchera, musician Konstantin Kinchev, singer and composer Yuri Loza.