“We thought that the sun would kill the virus, but it is not so”, - Amiran Gamkrelidze, head of the National Center for Disease Control has declared.
"It is a subject of discussion. Today, the main thing is that we have stopped the large-scale spread of the virus in the country so far.
Now, we can manage the situation and we must keep the balance. There will be the second, third, fourth wave - serious scientists are discussing this. We thought that the sun would kill the virus, but it is not so. It does not happen so that the virus disappears in the summer. The most important thing is that everything is under control”, Amiran Gamkrelidze said.
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