A Russian doctor does not recommend measuring the amount of antibodies before vaccination against the coronavirus

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A Russian doctor does not recommend measuring the amount of antibodies before vaccination against the coronavirus

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Russian epidemiologist Vladimir Chulanov

An epidemiologist, Vladimir Chulanov, described measuring the amount of antibodies to the new coronavirus before vaccination as empty work.

According to the specialist, it is better to vaccinate according to the recommendations provided by the Russian Ministry of Health.

He said that deciding to vaccinate based on the measurement of the amount of antibodies is not a scientific procedure, but rather it is empty work without any meaning.

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This opinion was expressed by the chief infectious disease specialist at the Russian Ministry of Health, Vladimir Chulanov, on January 13 in an interview with the Russian TV channel RBC.

He explained, “It is better and more correct to vaccinate according to the recommendations made by the Ministry of Health, that is, after every six months. In this case, we will achieve the best result for every citizen and for all residents alike.”

He said: “There are opinions that the amount of coronavirus antibodies at the level of 300 international units (BAU) is a guarantee of 80% non-exposure to infection with the Coronavirus. But the decision to vaccinate or not based on that has absolutely no scientific justification.

It is reported that, Vladimir Chulanov, had previously described unvaccinated citizens as a “bridgehead” for the development of “Covid-19” disease.

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