Russia: After Corona, blood-sucking insects began to wreak havoc


In Russia, after the coronavirus, blood-sucking insects began to wreak havoc.

In one region of Siberia, large numbers of blood-sucking insects began to harm the civilian population.

A report published by a newspaper published by the Russian Ministry of Defense revealed that there was a shortage of vaccines in hospitals due to the high number of cases.

The blood-sucking insects have infected 8,215 people, including 2,125 children.

Experts say that the bite of a blood-sucking insect damages the brain.

It should be noted that in 2015, more than 1.5 million people died due to the bite of these insects, according to medical experts, if the disease is not treated, most people become disabled.

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