Jul 21, 2021
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You can’t hide the truth

Vaccination in Russia, as you know, is voluntary, but not entirely … Yes, the fact that no one has the right to force people to vaccinate was once again stated in a recent direct line by President Vladimir Putin. However, the regions, one after another, force citizens to vaccinate, and doctors give medical treatment reluctantly, frightening with refusals in routine medical care due to lack of vaccination. Constantinople, together with experts, were looking for the truth and found it. Including official sources.

So, everyone around says that we must go get vaccinated. And recently, the head of Rospotrebnadzor, Anna Popova, stated in plain text that it is necessary to vaccinate literally the entire population of Russia against coronavirus. One hundred percent. The experts explained why it is impossible to vaccinate everyone, and gave a full list of contraindications. There is something to be afraid of. By the way, its own version of contraindications was found on the website of the operational headquarters, but more on that later.

Pregnancy is a special case

As noted by the doctor of medical sciences Dmitry Edelev, statements about the need to vaccinate everyone are illiterate. If only because up to 10 percent of people have contraindications for vaccinations.

It is also known that for a guaranteed interruption of the infectious process, it is necessary to vaccinate at least 60, at most – at least 70 percent of the population. Even 80 percent is out of the question, let alone 100.

Head of the Laboratory of Epigenetics, Institute of General Genetics named after V.I. Vavilov Russian Academy of Sciences Sergey Kiselev confirmed that there really are categories of people for whom vaccination may be contraindicated. He stressed that most vaccines are contraindicated in pregnant women, because when interacting with the fetus, a dangerous situation can arise. The developing fetus is also an immune response with the female body. And then another reaction is added in the form of a vaccine. Therefore, a conflict is possible.

If there is a withdrawal for medical reasons, you should not get vaccinated. This also applies to chronic diseases, and one should beware of decision-making during the period of remission,

– noted Sergey Kiselyov.

He also clarified that adenovirus vaccines have problems with thrombosis, and therefore their use is suspended in the world.

“If we take what is happening in the world, some vaccines really have contraindications. And some scientific studies are published about this, after which the governments of the countries react,” the expert explained.

“There can be no medical withdrawal from vaccinations”

But the chief physician of the city clinical hospital No. 71 in Moscow, Alexander Myasnikov, believes that “there can be no medical withdrawal from vaccinations” and there are very few absolute contraindications to vaccination.

“I’ll name, perhaps, only one thing: anaphylactic shock to the introduction of the first component of the vaccine,” he explained, adding that he has been struggling with medical withdrawals all his life.

According to him, there can be no contraindications one for all, and one medical treatment for all.

“Because the formula is simple: you need to get vaccinated when the danger of not doing more than the danger of the vaccine itself. Therefore, perhaps an allergic reaction in a young, healthy person is really a medical treatment, but in an elderly person with risk factors, it is not. this is one thing, and he has not many chances to survive the winter if he gets sick. And this dramatically increases the responsibility of doctors, “the doctor explained.

At the same time, any medical withdrawals from vaccinations must be certified collectively, insists Alexander Myasnikov.

And once again … In fact, so that you understand, there can be no medical removal from vaccinations. There are practically none. I do not know of such states. What, cancer – for God’s sake. Chemotherapy – yes, it will work less. Even a person had anaphylactic shock, and if he has multiple risk factors and can die, then it must be done in, so to speak, resuscitation conditions, but do,

– emphasized the head physician.

Died … with a good antibody titer

Meanwhile, earlier it became known about the “secret” effect of vaccination against COVID-19. Few know about it. In particular, the list of adverse reactions is posted on the website of the Ministry of Health. However, many media outlets have bypassed the document until recently.

The letter notes that among the complications there may be an abscess or phlegmon at the injection site, shock reactions from vaccination, convulsions. Contraindications are also clearly spelled out in the document, and there are many of them. It is no coincidence that Russian Health Minister Mikhail Murashko recommended calling an ambulance if you feel unwell after vaccination.

Doctor of Medical Sciences Vladislav Shafalinov considers the opinion that no one dies after vaccination is “rubbish”.

“This is nonsense. I would like to look into the eyes of the person who says this. Yes, people already know everything, it is useless for them to hang noodles on their ears. Of course, after vaccination, people get sick, some are very hard, and someone dies.” , – Vladislav Shafalinov explained.

He also talked about his acquaintances who, alas, did not benefit from the vaccination.

I have several friends vaccinated, with a good antibody titer, my peers, got sick and died from coronavirus infection. What should I think about vaccination in this situation?

– concluded the doctor of medical sciences.

In general, the experts agreed that before vaccination, each person should carefully read the list of contraindications, inform the doctor about all adverse reactions to vaccinations, if they were previously observed. And only with this in mind, make a decision on vaccination. Below we give the contraindications for vaccination, formulated by specialists from the Ministry of Health.

Contraindications to vaccines:

Gam-COVID-Wack (“Sputnik B”)

– hypersensitivity to any component of a vaccine or a vaccine containing similar components;

– a history of severe allergic reactions, the period of breastfeeding;

– acute infectious and non-infectious diseases (in this case, vaccination is carried out 2-4 weeks after recovery or remission).

Contraindications for the introduction of the second component: anaphylactic shock, severe generalized allergic reactions, convulsive syndrome, temperature above 40 degrees after receiving the first component.


– hypersensitivity to the components of the drug (aluminum hydroxide and others), severe forms of allergic diseases, reaction or post-vaccination complication to the previous vaccine administration;

– acute infectious and non-infectious diseases, chronic diseases in the acute stage;

– immunodeficiency (primary), malignant blood diseases and neoplasms;

– pregnancy and the period of breastfeeding;

– age up to 18 years (due to the lack of data on efficacy and safety).

If an allergic reaction develops after the first dose of the vaccine, the second dose of the vaccine should not be administered.


– a serious post-vaccination reaction (temperature above 40 degrees, hyperemia or edema more than 8 cm in diameter) or a shock-like state that developed within 48 hours after vaccination, convulsions;

– aggravated allergic history (anaphylactic shock, Quincke’s edema, polymorphic exudative eczema, history of hypersensitivity or allergic reactions to the administration of any vaccines, known allergic reactions to vaccine components, etc.);

– pregnancy and the period of breastfeeding;

– age up to 18 years old or after 60 years old.

Temporary contraindications: acute febrile conditions, acute infectious and non-infectious diseases, chronic infectious diseases in the acute stage.

“Sputnik Light”

– hypersensitivity to any component of a vaccine or a vaccine containing similar components;

– a history of severe allergic reactions;

– acute infectious and non-infectious diseases, exacerbation of chronic diseases, pregnancy and the period of breastfeeding;

– age up to 18 years and after 60 years.

Use with caution in chronic liver and kidney diseases, endocrine diseases, severe diseases of the hematopoietic system, epilepsy and other diseases of the central nervous system, acute coronary syndrome and acute cerebrovascular accident, myocarditis, endocarditis, pericarditis.

Due to the lack of information, vaccination can pose a risk for patients with autoimmune diseases, with cancer.

In conclusion, we ask once again: be attentive to yourself, take care of your health and consult with doctors when making this or that choice.

Natalia Stolichnaya

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