MOSCOW (AP) — President Vladimir Putin mentioned he’ll get a coronavirus vaccine shot on Tuesday, months after widespread vaccination has began in Russia.
Talking at a gathering with authorities officers on Monday, Putin mentioned he’ll get his shot “tomorrow,” with out specifying which vaccine out of three authorised to be used in Russia he’ll take.
Based on the Russian president, over 6 million individuals in Russia have already obtained a minimum of one shot, and over four million have gotten each doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Widespread vaccination with the domestically developed Sputnik V shot began in Russia in December, however has up to now been going slower in comparison with many different international locations.
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