Popova Believes That Vaccination Should Remain Voluntary

Popova Believes That Vaccination Should Remain Voluntary
Popova Believes That Vaccination Should Remain Voluntary

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MOSCOW, October 16 - RIA Novosti. Vaccination in Russia, this also applies to the vaccination campaign against coronavirus, remains voluntary, there is no need to change this, said the head of Rospotrebnadzor Anna Popova.

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"The task is to have enough vaccine in the country so that everyone can … use this vaccine. There is no obligation in our country for anyone. Immunization in the Russian Federation remains voluntary, and I am sure that this does not need to be changed, this is enough", - she said on the First Channel.

According to Popova, anyone wishing to be vaccinated against coronavirus will be able to choose any of the three vaccines. Two vaccines have been registered in Russia - the Gamaleya and Vector centers; registration of the vaccine from the Chumakov Center is also expected.

Popova noted that the high interest on the part of Russians in immunization against influenza "shows that we have a very conscious population."

Up-to-date data on the situation with COVID-19 in Russia and the world are presented on the portalStopcoronavirus.rf.

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