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Regions obliged to report on readiness for vaccination against coronavirus

Regions obliged to report on readiness for vaccination against coronavirus
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Deputy Prime Minister of Russia Tatyana Golikova instructed the regions to report on the degree of readiness for vaccination against coronavirus. She also asked for information on the conditions of transportation and storage of the vaccine. We are talking about vaccination with Sputnik V.

She stated this at a meeting with the regions of Russia on the progress in fulfilling the instructions of the president in the fight against coronavirus. She is also interested in the number of medical personnel trained for vaccination.

Golikova said that after receiving this information, the government will inform the regions about the volumes of vaccine doses intended for each, taking into account the need. The Sputnik V vaccine will be delivered to the regions in December.

On the eve of the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov said that vaccination against coronavirus in Russia will be held in stages... The geography of Russian regions and the peculiarities of storing vaccines against coronavirus will be taken into account.

Vladimir Putin expressed hope that mass vaccination may start at the end of 2020... He stressed that vaccination of Russians is a top priority.

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