A team of TV presenters At the end of January, Dmitry Krylov will be given a second injection. Photo: Boris Kudryavov / Express Gazeta 74-year-old TV presenter Dmitry Krylov will go for the second vaccination at the end of January - it is given 21 days after the first, since vaccination consists of two stages. On a holiday weekend, Krylov came home from the clinic and began to consider the vaccination certificate: this paper is given to Muscovites at vaccination points, it indicates where and when the vaccination was given. And upon discovering that he had been vaccinated with the Gam-COVID-Vac vaccine, he sounded the alarm in social networks: “The name does not contain the word“Sputnik”. Do you, who has already injected himself, have the same pieces of paper? " Friends reassured Dmitry: "Sputnik V" is a trademark of the Gam-COVID-Vac vaccine. Photo: Facebook After the vaccination, the presenter of "Unlucky Notes" felt as usual. "There is only one side effect of vaccination - an inadequate reaction of anti-vaccines!" - said one of Dmitry's colleagues. Indeed, there are a lot of aggressive comments under Krylov's publication about vaccination: "it turns out that you are an inadequate person", "and now you will not live a year!" etc. As you know, it is not recommended to drink alcohol for three days before and after vaccination. Therefore, 48-year-old Sergei Brilev met 2021 sober. “I lived to see non-alcoholic wine. But on the other hand, I have already taken root again! - the host of the program "Vesti on Saturday" boasted. And his 57-year-old colleague Vladimir Soloviev was one of the first to inject, as he was vaccinated among the volunteers. The artists are ready to meet with the audience. Vladimir Lvovich advises everyone to get rid of fears. Photo: AGN "Moscow" 57-year-old Vladimir Mashkov in January for the second time visited the Moscow polyclinic, where he was vaccinated with "Sputnik V". The nurses said that the artist was cheerful and joked: “How was Sergei Vladimirovich Mikhalkov? "I am not afraid of vaccinations, if necessary, I will inject!" The artistic director of the Theater Oleg Tabakov justified the decision to be grafted: “We all live in different types of fears. This, which has attacked us recently, needs to get rid of. All the more so for those who work with large teams. " 67-year-old artistic director of the Lensovet Theater Larisa Luppian took root in St. Petersburg. The wife of Mikhail Boyarsky signed up for the vaccination by phone and was glad that she did not have to stand in lines. According to her, the feeling after the vaccination was the same as after the flu shot. 85-year-old director Svetlana Druzhinina and her husband, 82-year-old cameraman Anatoly Mukasey, are completing work on a new film. They don't stay at home, so they got vaccinated. On the last day of the January holidays, Druzhinina published a report from the vaccination room on social networks, saying that everything went well. In response, she received more than a thousand comments, including reproaches about "paid advertising". The director was surprised: after all, she just shared the news that she decided to protect herself from a dangerous virus. “They write to me here that this is an advertisement. I have never advertised anything and do not intend to. This is my principle!" - said the 52-year-old composer Maksim Fadeev, who was also attacked by anti-vaccinators. “I had severe heart surgery at the age of 17. This disease is aggravating for covid, which hits people with diabetes, heart failure. Having weighed the risks, I thought that it would be more correct to follow the path of least resistance, "Fadeev said. Immunity will help Alena Apina to minimize the risk of catching the "crown". Photo: Instagram 56-year-old Alena Apina was vaccinated because she was tired of being afraid: the singer wants to calmly go to television and radio broadcasts, work in the studio, and meet with friends.Immediately after the vaccination, Apina felt sleepy, there were no other side effects. “Any psychiatrist will tell you that if you turn off the center of anxiety in your head, you will not only feel calmer. This part of the brain is released,”63-year-old Yuri Stoyanov told us about one of the benefits he received after vaccination. Also "Sputnik V" vaccinated 38-year-old coach Evgeni Plushenko, 59-year-old master of "What? Where? When?" Andrey Kozlov and many others who decided not to report the fact of vaccination due to attacks by anti-vaccines. Some stars noted that the injection site ached slightly for a couple of days. Oliver Stone, a 74-year-old Hollywood director, who came to Russia at the end of the year to shoot a film about climate change, has also taken root with our Sputnik. “I don’t know yet how effective the Russian vaccine is, but I’ve heard many positive responses about it,” Stone said. Point-to-point question 1. Do people over 65 need vaccination for obesity and diabetes? They have the highest risk of getting sick and dying from coronavirus infection in the population. Vaccinations are most needed for people with obesity and diabetes - especially those over 50. Their risk of being admitted to the hospital and intensive care unit is twice as high as that of the rest. The risk of dying from coronavirus is 50% higher. 2. Does the vaccine have serious side effects? All data on the Sputnik V vaccine have been published. She has no serious side effects. For the first time in the history of our country, huge clinical trials are carried out with this vaccine in accordance with all international standards and rules. To date, tens of thousands of people have been vaccinated. There are results of monitoring them. So far, doctors see no cause for concern. In addition to the side effects typical for any vaccine (redness at the injection site, induration at the injection site, and so on), some people have a fever on the first day after injection. 3. Will the vaccine give 100% protection against coronavirus? The effectiveness of the vaccine is 95%. It will either completely protect you from illness, or protect you from the severe course of the coronavirus. Most likely, a booster vaccination every two years will be necessary. It is impossible to answer this question yet. Those who were vaccinated in April still have antibodies. Based on the materials of the program "Life is great!" on Channel One.