MOSCOW, 8 March – RIA Novosti. The journalist of the Czech publication Haló noviny Tomasz Zinka criticized the authorities of European countries for their unwillingness to use the Russian vaccine against the Sputnik V coronavirus.
The author turned to the experience of different countries in the fight against the spread of the virus. Thus, he criticized the emergence of a “line for informers” in Slovakia: citizens were offered to inform the authorities about those who violate anti-epidemic restrictions.
“A terrible idea. For example, I had a fight with a neighbor. I go to call the police and report that I saw him without a mask,” he commented on the idea.
At the same time, he praised the Slovaks for being able to receive the Russian Sputnik V vaccine and called it one of the best. “Everywhere she is praised. However, there are certain circles that cannot accept this,” he stated.
Zinka added that due to the supply of the Russian drug in Slovakia, there has been a split in the government.
“And the most ironic thing, in my opinion, is that the party called“ For People ”is the loudest against vaccination,” the journalist said.
He also spoke about other developments of Russia in the fight against the pandemic. Now scientists are working on a cure for the Mir-19 coronavirus, and are also testing a vaccine that protects against infection for up to 17 years, the author of the article noted. At the same time, in the Czech Republic, they only discuss the annual vaccination with “non-existent” drugs, and even prescription antibiotics are not easy to get, the journalist was indignant. “But no, Russia is bad, and it doesn't matter that its laboratories are one of the best. It's just that for ideological reasons, we will not get along with it, even if we pay for it with our own lives,” Zinka concluded.
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