A medic who contracted the Indian strain of COVID told about the symptoms

Vadim Manukovsky, director of the Janelidze Research Institute of Emergency Medicine in St. Petersburg, told about the symptoms of the Indian strain of coronavirus after the disease.

The Internet portal St. Petersburg Diary reports the words of the doctor.

Manukovsky said that he caught a coronavirus infection last June, and a year later he was knocked down by the new Indian strain.

“My liver practically failed. I was treated primarily for liver failure,” he elaborated.

According to the medic, he had high fever and hallucinations and sometimes had memory lapses.

“After the first disease I was not vaccinated, I thought that it would not affect me. And now it did, and just like that,” noted Manukovsky.

He also said he was disappointed that Russians don’t believe in the effectiveness of vaccines.