the Second wave of the pandemic coronavirus is inevitable because most of the population has no immunity, said the official representative of the world health organization (who) in Russia, Melita Vujnović in an interview with TASS.

“It’s a brand new virus and immunity to this virus have a very small stratum of the population. So until the moment when there will be a special prevention, a vaccine, we can not say that can prevent a second wave,” — said Vujnović.

According to her, it is necessary to use the experience of the first wave to avoid during the second sudden outbreaks of infection.

“We expect the health care system, and the system sanitary-epidemiological oversight can work together to identify small outbreaks, to search for contacts of those infected,” said Vujnović.

the Representative of who drew attention to the need to limit contact.

At the end of December 2019 in the Chinese city of Wuhan has been an outbreak of new coronavirus infection, the virus then began to spread in other countries. March 11, the world health organization (who) described the spread of coronavirus in the world as a pandemic. As of April 30, the number of infected in the world was 3 207 248 people.

According to the operational headquarters for the fight against coronavirus on April 30, the number of cases of infection in Russia has increased during the day, 7099 — to 106 498. For the entire period in Russia recovered 11619 cases, 1073 recorded death related to the coronavirus.