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Vladivostok resident fined for vaccination fake

Vladivostok resident fined for vaccination fake
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A resident of Vladivostok was fined for a fake about vaccination against coronavirus. In one of the popular instant messengers, a woman wrote that Vladimir Putin had signed a decree on compulsory vaccination of the population.

According to the press service of the Primorsky Territory Prosecutor's Office, the publication was posted in August 2020 and is deliberately inaccurate socially significant information under the guise of a reliable message. A resident of Vladivostok, born in 1967, was fined five thousand rubles.

In Russia, from January 18, began mass vaccination from the coronavirus. The State Duma said earlier that in Russia no need to introduce mandatory mass vaccination from the coronavirus. It is necessary to introduce such a procedure only if there is a threat to the life of a large number of people.

 

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