New Delhi. Russian authorities have been urged to refrain from alcohol consumption for two months after receiving a dose of Sputnik-5 vaccine against the corona virus. After giving the advice, now in India also on Thursday, health experts said it was a preventive measure for Kovid-19 patients.
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According to the advice of health experts issued in this regard, the pronounced ban on alcohol consumption is aimed at strengthening the immune system.
Dr Praveen Gupta, chief and director of neurology at Fortis Hospital in Gurugram, told the IANS news agency: “The Russian authorities have made strange suggestions for patients taking the corona virus vaccine. Perhaps that would have prevented further infection with the corona virus. I can go. “
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Dr Gupta continued: “Either they (Russian officials) think the Corona vaccine will return to work after two months, or there is no clear explanation as to why people take precautions for this long even. after the vaccination. I will continue to do so. “
In fact, people generally drink alcohol in Russia. In such a situation, the adoption of such preventive measure will affect not only the population here, but also from an economic point of view it will greatly affect the country. Not only that, public opinion on the vaccine will also change with this announcement.
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Significantly, there has been an increase in activity regarding the corona virus vaccine for some time. Prime Minister Narendra Modi also spoke about his preparations and his vaccination in the coming weeks in the country. While the Russian Sputnik-5 vaccine has also come for testing in India.
There have been many recommendations regarding its effects after receiving different vaccines. If the efficacy of a vaccine is estimated to be 14 days, then the trial to claim full effect after two doses of a vaccine is underway.