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When will Putin get the vaccine? Kremlin: He will personally announce

Putin's failure to get a coronavirus vaccine does not affect confidence in Russia's vaccine

Russian President Putin held a press conference. Image Source: Video Screenshot of Russian Satellite Network

Russian satellite news agency on December 26th, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told the satellite news agency on the same day that Russian President Putin will personally announce when he is vaccinated against the novel coronavirus. Peskov said, “He will announce himself.”

Russian Health Minister Murashko said earlier that the Russian Ministry of Health approved the “Sputnik V” to vaccinate people over 60 years old. Mulashko said on the “Russo 24” TV program that “a clinical trial of ‘Sputnik V’ has been carried out for people over 60 years old.

The safety and efficacy of the vaccine were confirmed in the evaluation.”

Murashko said, “The Ministry of Health approved the revision of the vaccine instructions. Today, the vaccine “Sputnik V” can be vaccinated for people aged 18 and above. That way, citizens over 60 can now be vaccinated against the coronavirus.”

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