Site icon YCNews

Russia’s coronavirus vaccine is expected to produce 6 million doses a month from 2021. Astronauts will be vaccinated.

Russia's coronavirus vaccine is expected to produce 6 million doses a month from 2021. Astronauts will be vaccinated.

December 9 According to a report by Russia Satellite Network on the 8th, Russia has launched a coronavirus vaccination plan.

The Russian Ministry of Health, the Russian Aerospace Group, the Russian Federal Biomedical Agency and the Russian Direct Investment Fund announced that they would vaccinate Russian astronauts against “Satellite-V”.

In addition, Russian researchers predict that the country will produce at least 6 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine per month from January 2021.

It is reported that the crew of the Gagarin astronaut training center and the staff interacting with them will be vaccinated against the “satellite-V” vaccine.

In addition, other employees of the Gagarin astronaut training center and employees of key enterprises of Roscosmos Group will also be vaccinated in the future.

“Russia expects to produce at least 6 million doses of coronavirus vaccines per month from January 2021,” said Ginzburg, director of the National Center for Epidemiology and Microbiology in Gamarea, Russia.

By November 2021, about 70% of Russians should be vaccinated against the novel coronavirus “Satellite-V”.

Russian President Putin called for large-scale coronavirus vaccinations starting this week. The city of Moscow has started mass vaccination on the 5th. The electronic application system for vaccination of the citizens of the Moscow Municipal Government was officially launched on the 4th, and the vaccination station was put into operation on the 5th.

During the first five hours of the electronic application system, 5,000 people, including teachers, doctors and social workers, signed up for vaccination.

Exit mobile version