The chief physician of the Moscow hospital №71 and TV presenter Alexander Myasnikov called the anti-inoculants “narrow-minded and limited.” He wrote about it in his Telegram-channel.
The doctor also recalled his warning about the spread of infections in his 2014 book.
“In 2014, I wrote a book about infections. And here’s a snippet of the preface. Today it is read in a different way, ”Myasnikov began. In an excerpt, he noted that a kind of “blind zone” of interests of Russians – infection – has gradually emerged.
“Further questions:” are vaccinations harmful? ” and “Do you need antibiotics?” we usually don’t go in. Why? Do we all know about this? Or decided that infections are a problem of the past tense and in the 21st century there is nothing to say about it? Oh, how nice if it were so !!!!! ” – quotes the doctor.
Myasnikov accused “the anti-vaccination movement of narrow-minded and narrow-minded people with obvious psychopaths and fraudsters at the head”, as well as the widespread use of antibiotics, that people were left practically defenseless.
Earlier, Myasnikov said that most of the coronavirus infections come from “super-distributors.” According to him, “super-distributors” are people who do not have clinical manifestations of the disease, but at the same time they pose an increased threat to those who come into contact with them.