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The first batch of coronavirus vaccine arrives in Transbaikalia

The first batch of coronavirus vaccine arrives in Transbaikalia
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The first batch of the Russian coronavirus vaccine Sputnik V has arrived in the Trans-Baikal Territory.

According to the press service of the Trans-Baikal Territory, among the medical workers, there are also groups that will receive the vaccine in the first place. These are workers of ambulance stations, in primary care and mono-hospital.

According to the Minister of Health of the Trans-Baikal Territory Anna Shangina, a small amount of the drug has now been brought - just the debugging of the logistics chain is underway. In September, the region's doctors were vaccinated against the flu, so the coronavirus vaccine will only be given in early October. All those who receive the vaccine will be entered on the federal register and will be closely monitored for their condition.

Now in Transbaikalia, the incidence of coronavirus is growing. The region even had to deploy additional beds for patients with coronavirus.

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