"Most likely, we will face the next wave of Covid-19, which will be in autumn. This is common practice because we understand that SARS mostly appears in late autumn - early winter. However, we hope that this wave will be minimal," Kuzin said.
According to him, the wave will not be the same as it was last autumn because some people have already been exposed, and some people have been vaccinated. "And at least those who have been vaccinated, due to the protective effect of the vaccine, they will not be hospitalized or the disease will be milder."