Biologist spoke about the consequences of COVID-19 for men and women

MOSCOW, February 27 – RIA Novosti. Professor of the School of Systems Biology at George Mason University Anch Baranova, in a conversation with journalist Anton Krasovsky on the YouTube channel RT Russia, spoke about the possible consequences of the transferred COVID-19 for different groups of patients.

“Men are more affected during the acute phase. Women are more likely to grow a long coiled tail and then drag it along with them,” she said. The spread of the coronavirus

According to the physician, the appearance of complications after COVID-19 depends primarily on the health characteristics of the patient.

“Depending on our specific inclinations of the body, we get one or the other. At the same time, the virus does not do something specific, one for everyone, but just where it is subtle – there it breaks,” Baranova summed up.

She also noted that young patients are easier to cope with the consequences of coronavirus infection.

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