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World : Russian coronavirus vaccination begins

It is available initially to health, education and social service workers

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Vaccination against the coronavirus with the Russian drug Sputnik V has begun this December 5 in Moscow.

At the moment, 70 points where you can receive the injection have been opened, but the Moscow authorities promise that 100 more will start working before end of the year.

Vaccination, which is free and voluntary, is carried out in two stages and the second injection will be given 21 days after the first.

Putin orders to start free large-scale vaccination against coronavirus with Sputnik V next week

Putin orders to start free large-scale vaccination against coronavirus with Sputnik V next week

It is initially available to health, education and social service workers, who must register on a special portal. To be inoculated, a person must be between 18 and 60 years old and not suffer from chronic diseases.

The injection is given only to candidates who did not participate in clinical trials of any coronavirus vaccine, received no inoculations for the past 30 days, and had no respiratory infection for the past 2 weeks. Vaccination is prohibited for pregnant and lactating mothers

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