Peskov called opponents of vaccination against coronavirus “dangerous fools”

“Dangerous fools are two words. You can’t express it in one word,” he said in Naili Asker-zade’s film “A Dangerous Virus. The second year” on the TV channel “Russia-1” in response to the question of how one word can be called people who refuse vaccination themselves, and others agitate against it.

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The head of the Ministry of Health, Mikhail Murashko, in response to the same question, said that, in his opinion, such agitation “is unreasonable actions.” The head of Rospotrebnadzor, Anna Popova, believes that “people affected by fear” do this.

The chief physician of the Moscow City Clinical Hospital No. 52, Mariana Lysenko, called them unreasonable. Denis Protsenko, the head physician of the Moscow hospital in Kommunarka, refused to give any estimates, calling on anti-vaxxers to “trust trusted sources.”

Other doctors were more harsh in their assessments. Thus, the chief physician of the city clinical hospital No. 67 Andrey Skoda called this phenomenon “militant ignorance”.

“Idiots,” Sergey Tsarenko, Deputy Chief Physician for Anesthesiology and Resuscitation of the capital’s Hospital No. 52, briefly replied. Information terrorists antprivivochnikov considers the chief pediatrician of the Moscow Department of Health Ismail Osmanov.



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