Popova rejected the need for quarantine for those vaccinated against COVID-19

Those vaccinated against coronavirus are not required to observe weekly self-isolation in case of contact with the sick, said the head of Rospotrebnadzor Anna Popova. “RIA News”.

“There is no need! This is our rule! Such isolation is not indicated for vaccinated and recovered contacts if they do not have symptoms, ”she said.

Popova pointed out that there are a large number of studies on this issue, which say that in vaccinated and recovered patients in the event of an illness, “the concentration of the virus is much lower and the period of its release is short.”

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