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150,000 doses of Sputnik Light vaccine delivered to Kazakhstan

11.01.2022 137 просмотров

The drug "Sputnik Light" is used for revaccination of the population.


The Karaganda Pharmaceutical Complex (KPC) has delivered 150,000 doses of the Russian Sputnik Light coronavirus vaccine to Kazakhstan. This was announced on Tuesday by the press service of the company.

“Considering good neighborly relations, many years of productive cooperation in the pharmaceutical market between Kazakhstan and Russia, as well as the tragic events of recent days that have had a serious impact on the socio-economic situation in our country , KFK shareholders decided to provide assistance in the fight against the spread of coronavirus infection. Kazakhstan will receive 150,000 doses of Sputnik Light on a free basis for revaccination of citizens,” the report says.

The press service also noted that a batch of the drug has already been delivered to Kazakhstan. Until January 20, the vaccine will be delivered to the warehouse of the drug distributor SK-Pharmacy in Nur-Sultan.

In February last year, KFK was the first to deliver Sputnik V to Kazakhstan. According to the company, within the framework of an interstate agreement, it also fulfilled its obligations to provide Kazakhstanis with 7 million doses of this drug.

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