Vladimir Putin received second dose of coronavirus vaccine
Vladimir Putin, 21 days after the first vaccination against coronavirus, had the second jab of a two-phase vaccine, TASS reports.
The president received the first dose of the two-phase Russian vaccine against coronavirus on the evening of March 23. The president did not say what kind of vaccine he used, saying that all three Russian drugs were effective.
As Vedomosti wrote, citing sources close to the Moscow government and the presidential administration, the number of people wishing to be vaccinated after the president got his jab has grown sharply. In Moscow, the number of vaccinated people has quadrupled — from 8,000 to 30,000 people per day.
As of 8 am on April 14, 188 735 people were vaccinated in Bashkiria, of which 113 409 have already received the second dose. The republic's Minister of Health Maxim Zabelin, well-known journalists, bloggers, cultural and sports figures, and social activists were vaccinated against the coronavirus.