Russian infectious disease specialist Yevgeny Timakov assessed whether the vaccinated person is capable of infecting his family.
According to him, says RIA Novosti, just one vaccinated family member 3 times reduces the likelihood of infection of the rest. Even after a possible infection, a vaccinated person releases much fewer viruses into the environment than an unvaccinated person. In addition, the virus does not mutate in the body of the vaccinated and is characterized by reduced activity, says Timakov.
And Denis Protsenko, the head physician of the hospital No. 40 in Kommunarka, categorically denied the possibility of contracting COVID-19 due to vaccination, according to opponents of vaccination. He called such fabrications “speculation of anti-Axis,” and said that such an assumption “contradicts banal logic.”