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Russians expect life to retun to normal after getting Sputnik-V vaccine

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by Joseph Earnest December 28, 2020


Newscast Media MOSCOW, RussiaRussians have been telling Radio Free Europe about their experiences with the new Sputnik-V COVID-19 vaccine after the country began a mass vaccination program. President Vladimir Putin said on December 2 that 2 million doses of the Russian-made vaccine would be made available within days. A total of 150,000 people were vaccinated by December 25.


According to a new poll, only about one-third of Russians are willing to be vaccinated.


Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on December 27 that "the president himself will announce about the decision" soon.

Russia's Health Ministry a day earlier approved the vaccine for use by people over the age of 60. The ministry said the vaccine was more than 90 percent effective for this age group.

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Source: Sputnik











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