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The State Duma named the conditions for compulsory vaccination against COVID

The State Duma named the conditions for compulsory vaccination against COVID
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The State Duma said that Russia will not have to introduce mandatory mass vaccination against coronavirus. It is necessary to introduce such a procedure only if there is a threat to the life of a large number of people.

This was stated by a member of the State Duma Committee on Health Protection Alexei Kurinny in an interview with radio Sputnik... In his opinion, now COVID-19 does not pose such a danger. Kurinny added that compulsory vaccination is a harsh attack on human rights, and civilized countries do not resort to this method.

The deputy is sure that the vaccination should be a voluntary decision of everyone. In addition, there is no drug yet that could be used to vaccinate everyone.

Rospotrebnadzor said that the epidemiological situation with the incidence of coronavirus may escalate again in Russia in February-March 2021. It will decline by summer.

They want to register the third Russian vaccine against COVID-19 to the end of the year... Developers from the Chumakov Center plan to apply to the Ministry of Health for registration of their drug in mid-December. In mid-October, Russia registered the second coronavirus vaccineRegistration of the first vaccine against coronavirus took place in Russia on August 11.  

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