As part of the educational campaign of the Russian society “Knowledge” – “Let’s figure it out in vaccines together”, dedicated to vaccination against coronavirus infection, on July 19, a live broadcast with the Minister of Health of the Russian Federation Mikhail Murashko will take place.
The broadcast will take place on the website https://covid.znanierussia.ru and in the group of the Russian society “Knowledge” “Vkontakte”: https://vk.com/znanierussia. Anyone can send questions to the minister through the form on the website. Answers to the most popular questions will be announced during the live broadcast.
The Let’s Understand Vaccines Together project was created to help people make decisions about vaccination and dispel myths associated with it.
As part of the educational campaign, the Knowledge Society, together with the #WeTogether Action, organizes online broadcasts with government officials and experts from the professional community on vaccination topics, which will answer the audience’s questions.
The schedule of live broadcasts and broadcasts will be available on the information portal “Let’s Understand Vaccines Together” https://covid.znanierussia.ru, as well as on the social networks of the Russian society “Knowledge” and #WeVmeste.
Earlier on Friday, Russian President Vladimir Putin, speaking at an informal online meeting of the leaders of the APEC forum, said that all Russian vaccines against coronavirus are safe and reliable. He added that the rate of vaccination depends on how quickly the economy and social sphere can be restored.
Also, the press service of the Moscow Health Department reported that more than 3.8 million people were vaccinated in the capital with the first component from COVID-19, more than 2 million citizens were fully vaccinated.
Large-scale vaccination against COVID-19 has been taking place in Russia since January 18. The vaccination is given free of charge to everyone. At the moment, four drugs for coronavirus are registered in the country: Sputnik V, Sputnik Light, EpiVacCorona and KoviVak.
All relevant information on the situation with the coronavirus is available on the websites of stopcoronavirus.rf and access vsem.rf, as well as by the hashtag #WeVotte. Coronavirus hotline: 8 (800) 2000-112.