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Anna Popova announced the imminent release of the fifth Russian vaccine against COVID-19

18.08.2021 114 просмотров

The head of Rospotrebnadzor noted that the current situation with the availability of four vaccines and the development of a fifth "blocks the spread of the virus."


The fifth coronavirus vaccine developed by Russian scientists is now “on the way,” Anna Popova, head of Rospotrebnadzor, said on Tuesday.

“Four Russian vaccines have been registered in the Russian Federation, and a fifth vaccine is on the way. This situation is blocking the spread of the virus,” she said at the strategy session “Sanitary shield of the country. Fighting New Challenges” of the “United Russia” party.

Mass vaccination of the adult population over 18 began in the regions of Russia on January 18th. Russians can be vaccinated free of charge with one of the four registered vaccines - the two-component Sputnik V, Epivaccorona, Kovivak, or the one-component Sputnik Light. Maksyutov, the new Epivaccorona-N coronavirus vaccine may be registered in Russia as early as August.

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