"Sputnik V" Came To Europe, And Popova Explained Why It's Time To Get Vaccinated Against COVID

"Sputnik V" Came To Europe, And Popova Explained Why It's Time To Get Vaccinated Against COVID
"Sputnik V" Came To Europe, And Popova Explained Why It's Time To Get Vaccinated Against COVID

Video: "Sputnik V" Came To Europe, And Popova Explained Why It's Time To Get Vaccinated Against COVID

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Hungary became the first country in Europe to officially allow the use of the Russian Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine. And State Duma deputy, former chief sanitary doctor of Russia Gennady Onishchenko expressed the opinion that the rest of Europe and the United States may well follow the Hungarians. The Russian vaccine in Hungary is registered under the accelerated procedure. The basis was data from clinical studies of "Sputnik V" in Russia and a comprehensive assessment of the drug by experts in Hungary. In a conversation with Vechernyaya Moskva, Gennady Onishchenko said that Hungarians are smart people. And they, in his opinion, are not engaged in politicking, but think about health. And Onishchenko explained the delay in Hungary's official response to the Russian vaccine by international practice. Since, according to him, even drugs used abroad must be certified at the local level. And the Russian doctor and TV presenter Alexander Myasnikov suggested that Europe and the United States may well follow the Hungarians. “Evening Moscow cites his opinion that the Hungarians did not certify the Russian vaccine in order to please someone, but put the safety, availability and cost of the vaccine at the forefront. He also said that any reasonable person, especially a politician, "must rise above the insane war of vaccines." And he suggested that when the information war subsides, people will understand that there can be no collective immunity in one country. To take control of a covid, you need global immunity. And common sense must prevail. Meanwhile, as the head of Rospotrebnadzor Anna Popova said, it's time to get vaccinated against coronavirus infection. The epidemiological process in Russia began to decline. And, according to her, citizens should be vaccinated as quickly as possible, until the situation changes for the worse. There would be enough vaccine.

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