Murashko Urges Russians Who Have Been Vaccinated Against COVID-19 To Wear Masks

Murashko Urges Russians Who Have Been Vaccinated Against COVID-19 To Wear Masks
Murashko Urges Russians Who Have Been Vaccinated Against COVID-19 To Wear Masks

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Russian Health Minister Mikhail Murashko said that citizens who have been vaccinated are still required to wear masks. RIA Novosti reports. He explained that despite the fact that the vaccine protects well against the severe course of COVID-19, even after vaccination, a person can be a carrier of the infection. In this regard, according to Murashko, it is worth using personal protective equipment before the formation of population immunity. Vaccination against COVID-19 has begun in Moscow. The vaccine is already available in 70 Moscow vaccination centers. Vaccination is carried out primarily for those who work with people. Doctors, teachers, social workers, MFC employees, workers in transport, trade, services, culture, energy, industrialists, journalists can be vaccinated, the list is constantly expanding. Russia became the first country in the world to register a vaccine against COVID-19. The drug was developed by NITsEM named after Gamaleya jointly with the Russian Direct Investment Fund and was named "Sputnik V". Read more on the official website of the Russian coronavirus vaccine.

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