Medvedev announced the absence of super-severe consequences for Russia after COVID-19

Chairman of United Russia Medvedev: Russia avoided the super-severe consequences of the pandemic This was stated by the chairman of United Russia, Dmitry Medvedev, speaking at the party congress, RIA Novosti reports.

Medvedev noted that for the last two years Russia and the whole world have been living in the new reality of a pandemic, which “dramatically changed the whole the usual life, the whole environment. ” He recalled that the spread of the infection is “the hardest problem”, but this does not mean that there are no other challenges and threats. According to the chairman of the party, the world is in an “era of turbulence.” In our country, we managed to avoid super-severe consequences, although there are a lot of difficulties, what can I say, “Medvedev said.

Earlier, the Gamalea Center named a condition for the end of the pandemic: for this, the omicron strain should facilitate the course of COVID-19 … According to virologist and doctor of medical sciences Anatoly Altstein, the omicron strain will not have time to spread until the New Year, since this will take about six months for the virus. The specialist recalled that the delta variant appeared in the fall of 2020, but became widely used in May-July 2021.