The Kremlin considers coronavirus revaccination to be inevitable


Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that coronavirus vaccination as well as booster vaccinations & nbsp; revaccination & ndsp; & nbsp; That's what RBC says.

Peskov was also asked if President Vladimir Putin knew that many Russians did not understand the mechanism of revaccination, vaccinations were paid.

“Vaccination numbers and, of course, nuances are also reported,” & mdash; Peskov replied. He stressed that the position of the head of state itself for revaccination is not “ important“, because the opinion of doctors and drug manufacturers is important.

As for the analysis, “ it is said that this pleasure is free, it is not done. & # 39; & # 39; citizens. According to him, this is due to the emergence of new strains.


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