Coronavirus infection can have a negative effect on the skin. Dermatologist Alexey Shaposhnikov told about this on Friday, January 22nd.
According to him, some people who have been ill complain of rashes and shingles.
“In my practice, I come across cases of nonspecific skin rashes, including pink lichen, after a coronavirus infection,” the specialist told the portal Ura.ru…
Shaposhnikov added that the cause of inflammation can be reduced immunity against the background of the disease.
However, according to dermatologist and venereologist Zoya Konstantinova, skin problems do arise in people, but they may not be associated with COVID-19.
Earlier on Thursday, allergist-immunologist Vladimir Bolibok told how to reduce the risk of contracting coronavirus infection. To do this, according to the expert, you need to breathe clean air throughout the day, including the period of sleep. It is especially important to remove dust from the bedroom.
As of January 22, 3,677,352 cases of coronavirus were registered in Russia in 85 regions. For the entire period, 68 412 deaths were recorded, 3 081 536 people recovered.
Current information on the situation with coronavirus is available on the websites stopcoronavirus.rf and access to all.rf, as well as by the hashtag #WeVeTogether. Coronavirus hotline: 8 (800) 2000-112.