President Putin intends to urge vaccinated against Cronavirus

The announcement came as a move to decrease the extent of measures of Russian President’s epidemiologic protection, consistent with a Russian press agency TASS citing Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov.

President Putin intends to urge vaccinated against Cronavirus
President Putin

Covid-19 vaccines and therefore the proper distribution and inoculation of it against the novel coronavirus, Russia's President Putin declared his intent to urge vaccinated, consistent with a report.

The announcement came as a move to decrease the extent of measures of Russian President’s epidemiologic protection, consistent with a Russian press agency TASS citing Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov.

"There are, of course, special precautions when it concerns the top of state. He has stated already that he's brooding about the vaccine," the spokesman said. He added that "in order to decrease the extent of epidemiologic precaution measures, it's necessary to urge inoculated," reported TASS.

According to reports, Putin can pay a politician visit to South Korea under safe sanitary and epidemiological measures in reference to the continued global spread of the novel coronavirus, Russian secretary of state Sergey Lavrov said in an interview with South Korea’s Yonhap press agency .

During his phone conversation with South Korean President Moon Jae-in, Putin promised to urge inoculated and visit Seoul. The spokesman specified that the "president wasn't talking about trips abroad generally ." "In the context of the conversation he was talking exclusively about his potential visit to South Korea .

He didn't mention other trips," the Kremlin representative said in response to the question whether this meant that the Russian leader would return to the practice of face-to-face foreign travel after the said inoculation. However, the spokesman agreed that generally this measure will greatly facilitate planning such travel.

The Kremlin representative declined to comment when precisely the president intends to urge vaccinated and whether he will wait until the top of Phase Three of clinical trials. "Let’s wait until he makes this decision himself," he concluded. The spokesman promised that this information are going to be made public. "We won’t keep it a secret," TASS reported while quoting the spokesperson.

Russia has registered 8,481 COVID-19 cases within the past 24 hours, bringing the cumulative case total to 1,176,286, the coronavirus response centre said on Wednesday.The largest increase was identified in Moscow, where 2,308 new positive tests were registered. a complete of 276 new cases were recorded in St. Petersburg and 222 cases were confirmed within the Moscow region. No new cases were recorded within the Chukotka Autonomous Region.

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