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During a cold 17 percent of Russians prefer not to take medication and dispense hot tea with raspberries and chicken broth. It is reported TASS with reference to the results of a survey of “Health Mail.ru”.
According to the survey, 13 percent of respondents said that they treat a cold with antibiotics. Domestic drugs were taken by 11 percent of respondents, immunomodulators 8 percent.
In addition, it is noted that the Russians have more confidence in vaccinations. The effectiveness of this method of prevention of influenza, said 66 percent of the respondents, then in 2018, the figure was 37 percent. It is noted that 36 percent of respondents vaccinated against influenza every year, and another 31 percent — if they offer, for example, at work.
Earlier it became known that Russians ‘ attitude to vaccination. So, according to the poll, most Russians (57 per cent) believe that vaccinations protect against infections, and do more good than harm. The benefits of vaccination are mostly recognized by the respondents from 18 to 24 years (69 percent) and 60 and older (62 percent).
On 6 October, the CPS told us how to reduce the likelihood of influenza. The Russians advised to be vaccinated before the epidemic, to reduce the time spent in places of a mass congestion of people, or to use masks. Citizens are also advised to avoid close contact with those who already have signs of the disease.
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