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The Cabinet of Ministers of the Russian Federation will allocate 2 billion rubles for "EpiVacKorona"

The Cabinet of Ministers of the Russian Federation will allocate 2 billion rubles for "EpiVacKorona"
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The Russian Cabinet of Ministers decided to allocate two billion rubles for the production of the EpiVacCorona vaccine. The funds will be received by the Vector Research Center.

This disposal signed by the head of the Cabinet of Ministers of the RF Mikhail Mishustin. The allocated money will help in the production of more than two million doses of the drug. Part of the money will go to delivery to the regions.

Mikhail Mishustin recalled at today's meeting of the Coordination Council under the government for the fight against coronavirus that now the Sputnik V vaccine is mainly used for mass vaccination. Mishustin said that the producers of EpiVacCorona will begin a large-scale production of the vaccine in February.

Mishustin also said that the Ministry of Health received documents for registration of the third Russian vaccine against coronavirus, developed at the Chumakov Center.

In Russia, from January 18, began mass vaccination from the coronavirus. Anyone can get vaccinated free of charge and voluntarily.

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