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Dmitry Peskov told reporters he did not do so still give the vaccine. “I have very high antibodies and immunity to T-cells,” the presidential spokesman said.
At the same time, he admitted that new recommendations from the Ministry of Health have appeared in the Russian Federation that even high antibodies should be vaccinated.
“Therefore, and also because the vaccination will be easier to move around and work with logistically, I plan to vaccinate in the coming weeks,” said the presidential spokesman.
He specified that he intended to be vaccinated with the one-component vaccine “Sputnik Light”