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More than 20 million Russians vaccinated against coronavirus

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More than 20 million Russians vaccinated against coronavirus


29.07.2021

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More than 20 million people were vaccinated against coronavirus using the Sputnik V vaccine, RIA Novosti reports. According to the head of Rospotrebnadzor Anna Popova, they all underwent a full course of vaccination. About a million more Russians were vaccinated with EpiVacCorona, and about 300,000 fellow citizens were vaccinated with the vaccine created at the Chumakov Institute.

Only 0,8% of the vaccianted contracted the virus after receiving the vaccine, Anna Popova explained.

Currently, Sputnik V has passed registration in 67 states, which are populated by 3.5 billion people.

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