“It is possible, but this is a very short period of time, and we need to try to catch this interval in order to get a positive PCR until the phagocytic cells devour this virus. At the same time, the virus must be in some very concentrated state,” Mr. Ginzburg said in an interview with the TASS news agency.
Recall that the Gamalei Center received permission from the Ministry of Health of Russia to conduct the second phase of clinical trials of a coronavirus vaccine in the form of a nasal spray in October 2021. As Mr. Ginzburg said earlier, the nasal vaccine will enter civilian circulation in 3-4 months. According to him, it, like Sputnik V in injectable form, will protect against the omicron strain.
about what the pandemic brought in 2021 and what it had in store for 2022 – in the material “Kommersant” “Each strain is like the first”.
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