“Omicron will not be sudden in January. Many more people who overcame the Delta variant will get over Omicron,” Dr. Asparuh Iliev, head of a laboratory in Bern, told NOVA NEWS’s “Your Day” on NOVA NEWS.
“We have cases of Omicron in Bulgaria, they are suspicious, but it would be strange not to have, since almost all countries in Europe are registered, as well as in the presence of such a flow of people,” he added.
The specialist explained that the new version of COVID is easier, but this should not be reassured, because there will be a large number of patients, which will burden the health system.
Regarding the anti-epidemic measures in our country, Dr. Iliev believes that I have one, but in practice they are not applied.
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“There needs to be tighter controls, the police need to be more involved. That’s the only way to get infected and sick,” he said.
Regarding the third dose, Dr. Asparuh Iliev stressed that after the two-dose vaccines there is a period in which there is good protection, but then it decreases and therefore it is good to put the third dose, even if there are many antibodies, because how many are not guaranteed for quality and good protection.
“The measurement of antibodies is for the benefit of laboratories, even doctors receive fees to send patients to measure antibodies. This is not a practice in Switzerland,” said Dr. Iliev.
See the whole conversation in the video.
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