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No serious side effects from Sputnik V were detected in Nur-Sultan

08.02.2021 38 просмотров

In the capital of Kazakhstan, there were no serious side effects after vaccination with Sputnik V.


Kazakh doctors have not registered serious side effects in those who were vaccinated with the Russian Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine in the capital of the republic. This was announced on Monday at a briefing by the head of the public health department of the city of Nur-Sultan Timur Muratov.

“Step-by-step vaccination of the population against coronavirus infection has begun in the capital. From February 1 to today, 719 medical workers have been vaccinated against COVID-19, the coverage is more than 78%,” he said.

hospitals, emergency medical care, primary health care, emergency rooms of multidisciplinary hospitals. “There were no serious side effects during the vaccination period,” said Timur Muratov.

On February 1, vaccination of the population against coronavirus infection began in Kazakhstan using the Sputnik V vaccine, which was produced by in Russia. From February 15, the republic plans to use the Sputnik V vaccine, produced on the basis of the Karaganda pharmaceutical complex. Starting from the second quarter of this year, it is planned to connect the Kazakh-made drug QazCovid-In (Kazkovid-in), which is currently undergoing the third phase of clinical trials, to the vaccination process of the population.

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