Academician made a mutation of the coronavirus in more aggressive forms :: Society :: RBC

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Coronavirus SARS-COV-2 is able to mutate, so it is possible that in the future he will go to the more aggressive forms. Such opinion in interview “to the parliamentary newspaper” was expressed by the academician of RAS, Professor Mikhail Paltsev.

According to him, changes in the virus occur because of the development of people have herd immunity, because of which the infection begins to adapt to the new conditions and natural conditions.

According to the academician, in summer and in hot weather, the immunity of the population rises and decreases the incidence of infections that are transmitted by airborne droplets.

“All the work that recently was done by coronavirus, saying that not mutating RNA, which is the basis COVID-19, a protein receptor. It is not unusual for such viruses. Scientists fear that mutations will be unfavorable, and will appear more aggressive,” said Fingers.

Academician estimated the probability of a second wave epidemic of coronavirus

Academician noted that these observations should be considered when developing vaccines against coronavirus, while it should not attack the protein, RNA, which is the basis COVID-19.

Fingers believes that developing a vaccine against coronavirus must go through certain stages of testing, which together will take a year or two. The academician expressed confidence that in the near future a generic drug from COVID-19 will fail to develop.

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