Bulgarian National Radio © 2021 All Rights Reserved

Vaccines do not modify our genetic code: Professor Georgi Hristov

Professor Georgi Hristov
Photo: bappm.bg

"People's fears that coronavirus vaccines will modify their genetic code and that microchips will be injected in their body are unfounded," allergist Georgi Hristov said in an interview for Nova TV. An artificial RNA molecule is introduced into the body, but it does not reach the cell’s nucleus, Dr Hristov explained. 

In his words, it is not true that the RNA vaccines used for inoculation against Covid-19 were developed in one year. The RNA-based vaccine platform goes back to 1990, Professor Georgi Hristov explained. He advised people not to believe any unverified information.


More from category

Covid-19 in Bulgaria: Day 355

Hospitals in Sofia suspend inoculation during “green corridors” over lack of vaccines Inoculation against Covid-19 during the so-called “green corridors” has been temporarily suspended due to the lack of vaccines, Minister of Health Kostadin..

updated on 2/25/21 7:29 PM

EU to fund renovation of Bulgaria’s railways

“For the first time Bulgarian State Railways rolling stock is to be funded by the EU under the Recovery and Resilience Facility,” stated Transport Minister Rosen Zhelyazkov in an online discussion on the prospects of railway transport in Bulgaria...

published on 2/25/21 6:55 PM

Bulgaria insists that EU allow aid to rose producers

Bulgaria will insist that the European Commission apply crisis measures to help rose production. At an online meeting of the Consultative Council on Oil-Yielding Roses, Minister of Agriculture Desislava Taneva stated that the oil-yielding rose..

published on 2/25/21 5:07 PM