Vector Center director says sure COVID-19 pandemic will be over in 2021 By Tass | Last Updated: 30th November, 2020, 17:37

“The virus will not go but the pandemic, of course, will come to an end. I am sure, it will be in 2021”

Vector Center director says sure COVID-19 pandemic will be over in 2021

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