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The Ministry of Health approved the simultaneous use of "Sputnik Light" and influenza vaccines

The Ministry of Health approved the simultaneous use of "Sputnik Light" and influenza vaccines
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The Russian Ministry of Health has allowed the simultaneous use of the Sputnik Light single-component coronavirus vaccine and influenza vaccines. The instructions indicate that it is impossible to mix drugs in one syringe.

As the TASS, the ministry, after conducting preclinical studies, came to the conclusion that the immunogenicity of both the Sputnik Light vaccine and the influenza vaccine does not decrease with their simultaneous administration.

Earlier IAA EastRussia reported that the Ministry of Health of Russia approved the simultaneous vaccination from influenza and coronavirus infection. Then it was about the drug "Gam-Covid-Vak" ("Sputnik V"). It was indicated that with simultaneous vaccination, drugs should be injected into different parts of the body, for example, into the left and right shoulder.

Earlier it was reported that if a person has not previously been vaccinated against either the coronavirus or the flu, then it is better to first get vaccinated against a coronavirus infection - then after a month you can get vaccinated against the flu.

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