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First German citizens wishing to be vaccinated with Sputnik V arrived in Moscow

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First German citizens wishing to be vaccinated with Sputnik V arrived in Moscow


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Moscow accepted the first flights from Germany with those wishing to be vaccinated with a coronavirus vaccine developed by Russian scientists. At the moment, the Germans arrive on regular flights from different cities, but the plans of the Norwegian company, which has opened vaccination tours, is to organize group visits, according to Sputnik.

Vaccination tours are in great demand abroad, there are many who want to protect themselves during the aggravation of the situation with the spread of coronavirus and difficulties with vaccination in Europe. Especially among people with Russian citizenship. Vaccinated tourists are only required to pay for travel and choose a time for the trip, vaccinations are given free of charge.

Andrey Titorenko has been living abroad for 16 years, he returned to Russia for vaccination with his family. He told the "360" TV channel that vaccination in Germany is currently being carried out among people at risk, and it takes a very long time to get vaccinated. It is reported that non-elderly residents will not be able to get vaccinated until autumn.

Andrei Titorenko said that many people in Germany would like to be vaccinated with the Russian vaccine, and expressed the hope that the country's authorities would allow the supply of the drug to Germany.

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