The Governor of the Trans-Baikal Territory Alexander Osipov and Deputy Prime Minister of the Regional Government Andrei Gurulev could not sign up for a vaccination against coronavirus. They wanted to get vaccinated through the Citizen Hotline, but nothing came of it.
The officials tried to carry out the corresponding actions during the meeting of the headquarters on the progress of vaccination. On it, in particular, it turned out that the region does not have a schedule for deliveries of the COVID-19 vaccine for March. Osipov said that the recording system proposed to citizens does not work correctly.
The governor called the Ministry of Health's hotline at 122, Gurulev at the local number. The operators offered to put them on the waiting list, but did not say when the vaccine would arrive, Chita.Ru reports. Thus, the timing of vaccination of the population of the region may be disrupted if specialists are not provided with drugs in a timely manner.
Earlier NEWS.ru wrote that the specialists of the Gamaleya Institute are ready to determine the level of antibodies to COVID-19 and give recommendations on vaccination with "Sputnik V" to the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Mikhail Mishustin, who has had a coronavirus. The director of the center Alexander Gintsburg told about it. He said that the institute's specialists are ready to provide the Prime Minister with the necessary assistance and recommendations.