Putin said a daughter of his also had the vaccine. “After the first vaccination she had 38 degrees, the second day below 37.” The medicine consists of two parts that must be administered separately. As of June 18, trials have been conducted with 38 people who have all become immune.
The Russian leader said he has asked his health minister, Mikhail Murashko, to keep him constantly informed. The vaccine works “reasonably well” and “provides a stable immunity to the virus,” said Putin. He hopes that large-scale production can start soon and many people can be vaccinated. The president emphasizes that he believes that vaccinations should be voluntary and that no one will be forced.
In Russia, nearly 900,000 people are infected with the corona virus. About 15,000 people have died.
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