The New York Times Journalist Vaccinated With The Sputnik V Vaccine

The New York Times Journalist Vaccinated With The Sputnik V Vaccine
The New York Times Journalist Vaccinated With The Sputnik V Vaccine

Video: The New York Times Journalist Vaccinated With The Sputnik V Vaccine

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The coronavirus vaccine was given in early January at polyclinic 5 in Moscow. An American journalist working in the Russian branch of the newspaper, before vaccination, filled out a questionnaire, answering questions about chronic diseases, blood and heart diseases, and also showed the doctors a press card.

The reporter was also told about the allergy, and after being vaccinated he had to wait 30 minutes for an allergic reaction. However, it never came, and no side effects were identified.

“The negative reviews about Sputnik V are related to the speed of its production. The negative reviews were not about the properties of the vaccine, so I cast aside my doubts and got vaccinated,”wrote Andrew Crammer in his own column for The New York Times.

The journalist also compared the Russian vaccine with the developments of Oxford University and AstraZeneca. According to him, the drugs have a similar design.

Recently, Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain and her husband Prince Philip were vaccinated against COVID-19. Most likely, they were supplied with a vaccine created by Pfizer, BioNTech or AstraZeneca.

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