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Murashko’s words about the infectiousness of those vaccinated against coronavirus raised a lot of questions

Today, the head of the Ministry of Health, Mikhail Murashko, openly stated that a person who has received the coronavirus vaccine “can become a carrier for a short time and infect others.” And that at least 20 million Russians will be vaccinated in the near future. Of course, not simultaneously, but over the coming months. After vaccination, people do not receive sick leave and go to work. Does this not mean that in our country a large enough number of people can be permanently infectious?

What about vaccinated teachers teaching lessons and interacting with children? Vaccinated doctors who will continue to treat not in a spacesuit in the “red zone”, but with ordinary patients? How long will it take – several hours? Day? The entire period between the two components of vaccination and until immunity is achieved – that is, 42 days?

These are questions that require immediate answers, because they are relevant to everyone …

In order to understand what exactly the vaccinated person got sick with, coronavirus or adenovirus, or mixed infection, you need to conduct a PCR test. Mixed infections are especially dangerous when some other virus or bacterial infection joins the adenovirus.

The symptoms of adenovirus infection are in many ways similar to coronavirus: there is a sharp rise in temperature, cough, general weakness, pain in the muscles.

The adenovirus contained in the vaccine as a vector, in theory, should not pose a threat to the vaccinated. But, unfortunately, with the beginning of industrial production of vaccines and mass vaccination, various kinds of failures are not excluded, in which it is possible that live adenovirus virions may get into separate batches of pharmaceuticals.

“Initially, it was no secret to anyone that a person who received a vaccine on the adenovirus vector could become a virus carrier for some time,” one of the Russian doctors agreed to anonymously comment on the situation. – Probably, it can also infect a coronavirus, research on this topic has not yet been conducted.

As for the potential infection with the coronavirus, it may be worth emphasizing the fact that the S-protein COVID-19, which enters the cells with the vaccine, is able to attach to the ACE2 receptors. That is, let’s say roughly, directly from the grafted in the cells themselves, a command is given to produce this protein. Protein is produced, it hits the systems of the body, failures in the blood pressure regulation system may begin, the production of interferon is turned off.

It turns out that the immune system is already loaded to the eyeballs with adenovirus, and then the S-protein also joins, which, to be honest, is not known how it will behave.

Since both coronavirus and adenovirus are transmitted by the oral-fecal route, you need to be very careful when visiting public toilets after vaccination, be sure to wash your hands with soap and water. There are also frequent cases of infection by airborne droplets. Therefore, you need to wash your face more often, rinse your nose with running water, or from time to time wipe your face with alcohol-containing lotions or tonics.

As it became known to “MK”, ​​in one of the structures there have already been cases of mass infection after vaccination. After medical manipulation, several people developed fever, diarrhea, vomiting, and lacrimation. The staff used a shared toilet. Officially, everyone was diagnosed with rotavirus, but they did not take PCR for adenovirus.

– Those who were not familiar with the adenovirus before, may have such a reaction, – continues the MK expert.

– And why, then, in the development of the vaccine, exactly adenoviruses of the 5th and 26th serotypes were used? If they are contagious?

– There are others too, but they are not suitable, because they are even more contagious and cause diarrhea, affecting the epithelial cells in the intestine. There have been several years with cancer patients history in England. Also vector therapy. True, the adenovirus was taken from primates that time. The tests were carried out on people, they were inadvertently intimidated, compensation was paid.

“As we know, the vaccine is based on the adenovirus, which is the carrier of the coronavirus proteins. So, with the introduction of such a vaccine, a person begins to develop immunity to the adenovirus vector itself. Accordingly, with subsequent vaccination, if a person is injected with the same vaccine, it will be less effective, ”the virologists said earlier.

Without touching upon possible remote problems of vaccination, today experts agree on two things: after vaccination, immunity, if any, remains, God forbid, for six months. And then what: is revaccination possible with the same 5th and 26th adenoviruses, will the body react to them again?

There is another reason that is likely to become an obstacle to the re-introduction of Sputnik V – this is a mutation of the coronavirus. In six months, its dominant strains may differ significantly from the current one, which means that the vaccine may not be as effective.