One thousand seven hundred residents of South Ossetia were vaccinated against coronavirus

Mon, 17/01/2022 - 23:24

To date, 1,700 people have been vaccinated against COVID-19 at the polyclinic of the Republican Multidisciplinary Medical Center of South Ossetia, Tamara Sanakoeva, the head of the outpatient medical center, told the IA “Res”

“Since the beginning of January, 92 people have been vaccinated against coronavirus, of which 70 patients were vaccinated with Sputnik Light and 22 with Sputnik V. Residents of the Republic had the opportunity to get the vaccine even during the holidays, as the employees were working as usual,” Sanakoeva said.

It should be noted that vaccination in South Ossetia started in early May last year. Then the first batch of the Sputnik V vaccine was delivered from Russia.

On November 11, the second batch of Sputnik-V vaccines (or another name - Gam-COVID-Vak) arrived in the republic - this is the world's first two-component vaccine against coronavirus infection in the amount of 500 doses and Sputnik-Light - 1500 doses.

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