Russia Covid Cases Out Of Hand : An Inability Vaccinate Russia’s Population Has Led To A Spike In Cases

An Inability Vaccinate Russia’s Population Has Led To A Spike In Cases

Nobel Prize Winning Economist & Stanford Professor Paul Romer on Hyperinflation & Protecing Science

Russia Covid Cases Out Of Hand Russia has faced serios opposition from its population in regards to accepting their Covid vaccine shots. From religious wings of the population to those who live in the rural parts or Russia. Citizens have rejected this shot.

Disinformation has made its way around the world.

When Polio struck 100 years ago, the population banded together to do what was necessary. But, today there is not as much willingness to accept government rule. The internet has given everyone access to the full spectrum of opinions on every issue. Moreover, without consequence or with regard to how wacky the “news” might be.

Donald Trump bemoaned fake news throughout his presidency. Furthermore, he felt it was the greatest evil. That of disinformation. But, now we see disinformation causing our greatest health crisis in a century to prolong itself.

Vaccinations are necessary to stop the spread.

Russian cases might level off before they take another step higher as weather conditions become even more frigid.

If you look at a map of Russia, it is clear that the issue with spiking cases rests in the rural and less educated areas. In addition, places with consistently bad government treatment, so a catalyst exists for not trusting government orders. Furthermore, the idea of being a “human guinea pig” for the government is a popular disinformation idea spread in almost every country. Hopefully, people will get their vaccination shots.

In conclusion, maybe a softer approach, one without troops will be the answer for Putin to get his citizens vaccinated? Lastly, it will be a new approach for the Russian government, but it might be necessary given the pandemic’s spread.

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Russia Covid Cases Out Of Hand : An Inability Vaccinate Russia’s Population Has Led To A Spike In Cases