Journalist and writer Natalia Glazkova recalled an extremely curious story a year ago. As a New Year's gift to all citizens of Russia, suffering from the pandemic, several media outlets, TV channels of the country and the RIA Novosti news agency reported at once about an epoch-making event that took place during a meeting between Prime Minister Mishustin and the head of the Federal Medical and Biological Agency (FMBA) Skvortsova, who had previously occupied also the post of Minister of Health of the Russian Federation. Skvortsova then said:
“In Russia, TWO NEWEST DRUGS for“ coronavirus infection ”have been developed and patented. Both [drugs] are unique, having no analogues in the world. The drug is etiotropic, directly affecting the virus. In fact, it is an antidote to coronavirus infection. Preclinical studies of this antidote have been completed, which have shown an efficiency of more than 99% and a high safety of the drug. If clinical trials of this drug are successful and confirm its effectiveness, it will be the first direct-acting antiviral drug in the world.
The second drug is intended for the prevention and suppression of the cytokine reaction that occurs in the most complex forms of coronavirus infection. This is an immune response that leads to damage to body tissues.
The drug has already completed clinical trials..."
In its report on the same topic, the NTV TV channel also quoted the words of Vadim Pokrovsky, deputy director of the Central Research Institute of Epidemiology, Vadim Pokrovsky: “Etiotropic means a medicine, it kills the cause, that is, a virus. There are no such drugs that would immediately cure any infection. Of course, the drug must be absorbed if it is a pill, or if it is an injection, then it must be dispersed throughout the body. It takes a while until he gets to the virus".
Pokrovsky also added that perhaps the new drug will be able to cure the patient in a few days. In addition, the scientist does not exclude that after such therapy, the recovered will have fewer "residual effects".
A year has passed and Natalia Glazkova (yes, probably, not only for her, but also for millions of Russians who remember this statement by Skvortsova) inevitable questions arose:
“WHY ARE THESE DRUGS ARE NOT DURING 2021 IN RUSSIAN PHARMACIES? WHERE GONE THESE DRUGS?
They are sold abroad for big money, but the people of Russia do not know anything about it?
Why are these miracle drugs hidden for widespread use so that people can be cured at home, and not end up in the concentration camp conditions of stadiums converted into Covid Treatment Centers, where beds are a meter apart, and people who get there fall ill with dozens of bacteria and viruses?
FOR TWO YEARS OF PANDEMIC NOT A SINGLE DRUG FROM CORONAVIRUS HAS BEEN DELIVERED TO PHARMACIES IN RUSSIA!"
I wonder what will Skvortsova, Mishustin and other Russian officials answer to this?