Specifics of COVID-19 in Siberia



Tikhonov D.G.



Annotation. The geographical area of Siberia is about 13,100,000 sq. km, which is more than the territories of the United States, China, Canada, Brazil, Australia, and India, but its total population as of January 1, 2021 is only 31,140,697 people [1]. Due to its harsh climate, many diseases, including infectious ones, have their own specific development patterns in this territory.








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