Moscow: Russian President Vladimir Putin reported that he had taken a second dose of the Kovid-19 vaccine. He took his first dose of the vaccine on 23 March. He took his first dose of the vaccine on 23 March. After taking the first dose, Kremlin spokeswoman Dmitry Peskov was told that Putin felt better and did not take a single day off from work.
He said, ‘I took the second dose of the vaccine. I hope everything goes well. I have no hope but trust. ‘ President Putin told reporters that he is not experiencing any adverse effects after taking the second dose. Putin said, ‘As you see, everything is normal, no adverse effects.’ He said that doctors have told him that after developing the first dose of the vaccine, he has developed a ‘good resistance response’.
It is noteworthy that after the launch of a large scale vaccine campaign against Kovid-19 in Russia, Putin got the vaccine, due to which people were surprised. Some critics even went as far as to say that this is causing more public hesitation about the vaccine. 3 vaccines manufactured in the country – Sputnik V, Epivac Corona and Kovivac have been approved. All three were approved even before the completion of the trial of the advance stages and experts say that it is necessary to ensure that they are safe and effective based on the established scientific rules.