Federation Council expresses concern over plague marmots invading Russia 12:38

While discussing a report on United States biolabs in Ukraine, Senator Lyudmila Narusova expressed her concern over the arrival of large numbers of plague-infected marmots from Mongolia to the Tuva Republic, which she represents on the Federation Council. It has been reported TASS.

According to him, “biological weapons alone cannot be dangerous.”

“A large number of plague marmots from Mongolia come to the Republic of Tuva. “I don’t dare say it’s a special weapon or a natural infection, but there are no labs that can detect it,” he said.

Narusova pointed out that PCR testing to detect infections is concentrated mainly in big cities. The Senator raised the issue of the availability of laboratories that could “detect such infections promptly and promptly.”

Formerly Rosselkhoznadzor discretion The risk of anthrax spread in Russia. Sergei Dankvert, head of the Federal Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance Service, said that there is no threat of the spread of anthrax in Russia, as recorded cases are quickly stopped.

Source: Gazeta


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