In the Kurgan region, the coronavirus vaccine was transferred to polyclinics. Mass vaccination against coronavirus continues in the region. The vaccine from the new batch, which arrived in the Kurgan region on January 31, has already been handed over to almost all regional hospitals and city polyclinics. On February 4, it is planned to complete the delivery of the vaccine to the Central District Hospital. Earlier, the first batch, which arrived in the Trans-Urals this year, amounted to 10,800 sets of Sputnik V vaccine doses. The news agency "Ural Meridian" was told about this in the press service of the Governor of the Kurgan region.
Oksana Sagaidak, chief freelance epidemiologist, noted that a number of honey. institutions have already started vaccination with doses of vaccine from a new batch that the region received at the end of last week. At the place of residence, medical institutions invite everyone who signed up for the vaccination. First of all, residents of the region 60 years and older are invited for vaccination, since they are at risk.
To date, 4,632 people have been vaccinated in the region, of which 1,558 have been fully vaccinated with the two components of the drug. The remaining people are offered a second dose after 21 days from the date of the first vaccination.
Not only teachers and doctors can be vaccinated, but also all interested Trans-Urals over 18 years old, including people over 60 years old, since clinical trials have proven the safety of the drug for this age category. People who have already had a coronavirus can be vaccinated only after 6 months after the illness. In the case of a flu shot, you can get vaccinated against COVID-19 only 30 days after it was given. Breastfeeding mothers and pregnant women should not be vaccinated.
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