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Russian experience in fight against COVID-19 studied in different countries

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Russian experience in fight against COVID-19 studied in different countries


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Russian methods of countering the spread of coronavirus and treating patients have been approved by specialists around the world who are studying the experience of Russia. According to Russian Minister of Health Mikhail Murashko, this is evidenced by the growing number of positive articles in the foreign press about Russian methods of combating coronavirus, RIA Novosti reports.

According to Mikhail Murashko, interest in Russian experience in different countries is obvious. The Minister called “a history” the effective measures taken by Russia in a timely manner. According to him, restrictive measures, the prevention of the importation of the virus and other steps helped to prevent the rapid spread of infection in Russia. And this experience is causing interest abroad.

Russian World quoted Alexander Lukashev, director of the Institute of Medical Parasitology, Tropical and Vector-borne Diseases at the Sechenov University, who explained the relatively low mortality from coronavirus in Russia. According to the professor, this was influenced by the high level of readiness of medical institutions and the effective identification of mild cases of the disease.

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