Over 54 Thousand Doses Of COVID-19 Vaccine Will Arrive In Khabarovsk Territory In February

Over 54 Thousand Doses Of COVID-19 Vaccine Will Arrive In Khabarovsk Territory In February
Over 54 Thousand Doses Of COVID-19 Vaccine Will Arrive In Khabarovsk Territory In February

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In total, in our region, in order to defeat this virus, about 700 thousand people need to be vaccinated. In February 2021, another 54,300 doses of the Sputnik V domestic vaccine against COVID-19 will be delivered to the Khabarovsk Territory. And for a complete victory over the coronavirus in our region, it is necessary to vaccinate about 700 thousand people, the correspondent of the PROkhab.ru portal reports, citing the press service of the governor and the government of the Khabarovsk Territory. This was told by the deputy chairman of the regional government for social issues Yevgeny Nikonov during a press conference on vaccination against coronavirus infection. According to him, the Russian government instructed the country's population to form collective immunity against COVID-19 by the end of the first half of 2021, and this will require vaccinating approximately 68-69 million Russians. - For the Khabarovsk Territory, this figure is about 700 thousand inhabitants. This is the minimum value that will further stop the spread of the new coronavirus infection and forget about all our limitations and difficulties. I believe that with competent informing of the population about vaccination, we will achieve our goals. It is worth noting that every year we vaccinate the same number of the population against influenza, creating population immunity, '' said Evgeny Nikonov. Before vaccination, each person undergoes a mandatory examination by a general practitioner, who, among other things, will find out whether the vaccinated person has had contact with patients. coronavirus. If the doctor sees clinical signs of an infectious disease or the presence of significant contact with carriers of a new coronavirus infection, then the patient undergoes rapid testing for the antigen to the virus. - There is no negative effect of the vaccine on the existing antibodies to SARS-CoV-2. Moreover, to date, studies have been conducted that have shown that the introduction of a vaccine only enhances antibodies. If you have mild signs of ARVI after vaccination: fever, aching joints - this is a natural reaction of the immune system to the injected agent. It is also important to continue adhering to the mask regime, but not because you become infectious for people - there is nothing alive in the vaccine, but in order to prevent the temporarily weakened immunity from being exposed to the risk of infection from the outside, - commented Anna Kuznetsova, chief freelance infectious disease specialist of the Ministry of Health of the Khabarovsk Territory. As Yevgeny Nikonov emphasized, any vaccination is voluntary and free. If someone suddenly comes across a case of forced coercion to vaccinate against a coronavirus infection, he can immediately report this to a single hot line for coronavirus by calling 122. Recall that, starting in the fall of 2020, in Khabarovsk the region received 26 600 doses of the Russian vaccine against coronavirus. During this time, about 3,300 people have already been vaccinated against COVID-19 in our region. And if at first only medical workers and employees of social institutions could get themselves vaccinated against this disease, then from January 2021, on behalf of the Minister of Health of Russia Mikhail Murashko, the country began mass vaccination against coronavirus of all interested citizens.

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