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Fraudsters began to offer Russians “dechipization” after vaccination



Kostyuk said that there are “enterprising people” who say that they have developed a “dechipizer”. It is supposedly a small disposable device that needs to be attached to the vaccination site. How much money scammers take for this, we were unable to find out.

Kostyuk also noted that Russian scientists began developing vaccines against coronaviruses after the first epidemics in the 2000s. “And the work has been going on all these years, and it so happened that just by the current epidemic, it remains only to integrate the new S-protein COVID-19 into the adenovirus,” the specialist explained.

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