At least I'm not the only victim of contamination right now:
Sergei Bulat, a researcher at the Laboratory of Eukaryote Genetics at the St. Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute, originally told RIA that they that "call it unidentified and 'unclassified' life."they found new signs of life after examining water samples from the subglacial Lake Vostok.
However, on Saturday the Eukaryote Genetics Laboratory head Vladimir Korolyov, spoke to Interfax News Agency, and said that they actually did not find any new signs of life. He said they just found contaminants.