The head of the Moscow region posted a post on VKontakte in which he noted: people have many questions about the vaccine. To answer these questions, officials spoke with a number of experts.
Vorobyov named Denis Logunov, deputy director for science at the Gamalei Center, Oksana Drapkin, chief therapist of the Russian Ministry of Health, a member of the board of directors of the vaccine-producing company Daniil Talyansky, head physician of the Domodedov hospital Andrey Osipov.
Experts explained that vaccinations should not be given to pregnant and nursing mothers, as well as allergic women. The vaccine is contraindicated for those who have worsened chronic diseases or have acute infectious diseases.
You cannot get vaccinated at an elevated body temperature. It is necessary to get a doctor’s consultation before vaccination. Vaccination can be used by those who are 18 years old and no more than 60.
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