There is no strict regulation in order to be vaccinated against the coronavirus with the Sputnik V vaccine - it is enough to consult a doctor at your place of residence, take a test for COVID-19 and antibodies, said the head of the presidential press service Lilia Galimova.
True, whether these tests will be free, she found it difficult to answer. Although people from risk groups are offered to be vaccinated, first of all, doctors, teachers, Tatarstan citizens of other professions are also vaccinated at their request.
Regarding the vaccination of the President, Lilia Galimova replied that there is no mass vaccination yet. She noted that the vaccine will be free.
"We have those who wish. Let us first cover this layer of those who want to make this vaccine. We need to cover as much as possible now those who have expressed a desire to do it right now," Galimova said.
Recall that the first batch of Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine in the amount of about 3.7 thousand doses will arrive in Tatarstan next week. Vaccinations will be carried out by 40 medical institutions of the republic.