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The European Center for Disease Prevention and Control has issued a new statement on the coronavirus.

Axar.az reports that the Center believes that the virus will continue to bother humanity for many years to come.

"The new coronavirus will remain with humanity for many years to come. Despite the weakening of the infection and the start of vaccination, the virus has adapted very well to the human body. Therefore, the composition of the vaccine will have to be changed over time.

Ancha Baranova, a professor at George Mason University, believes that a new wave of infection will begin in the spring.

"As soon as the temperature rises above zero, the infection will increase. Vaccination does not ensure the absence of the virus. It simply provides a mild and asymptomatic flow of COVID-19,” Baranova said.

In addition, scientists believe that the coronavirus increases the risk of psychological problems, especially depression.

Date
2021.02.13 / 10:32
Author
Tural Azimzadeh
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