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Russian Olympic Team’s Vaccinations Lag Other Countries’ Rates
Just half of Russia’s athletes have had their jabs.
In Leaked Email to Russia, Argentinian Official Decries ‘Very Critical’ Sputnik V Shortages
“At this point, the entire contract is at risk of being publicly canceled," the Argentinian official wrote.
Russian Companies Scramble to Meet Mandatory Vaccination Deadline
Service-sector businesses have just days left to ensure 60% of their staff have received a first dose.
jab of choice
Long Lines Form for Russia’s Third Coronavirus Vaccine in Moscow
CoviVac’s popularity has been linked to its use of a well-known technology and the Soviet-era habit of lining up for items thought to be in demand.
EU Approval of Russia’s Sputnik V Vaccine Faces More Delays Over 'Incomplete' Data – Reuters
The vaccine's developers are “not used to working with a regulatory agency like the EMA,” a source close to the EU regulator said.
Russia’s Black Sea Resorts to Require Tourists to Vaccinate
Starting Aug. 1, tourists will be required to get vaccinated against Covid-19 within three days of arriving in the Krasnodar region.
A Royal Mark Up: How an Emirati Sheikh Resells Millions of Russian Vaccines to the Developing World
The Moscow Times investigated a deal between Russia and a minor Dubai royal to supply poor countries with Sputnik V — at high prices.
EU Invites Russia to Discuss Mutual Vaccine Certificate Recognition – TASS
The EU has approached Russia regarding possible mutual recognition of vaccine certificates, EU Ambassador Markus Ederer said Thursday.
Russian Health Worker Detained for Selling Fake Covid Vaccine Certificates – Police
The detained suspect said she had poured out vaccine doses and falsified medical records for around 15 customers.
Russian Doctors Refusing to Vaccinate People Living With HIV – NGO
Health experts told RBC that HIV is not a contraindication to Covid-19 vaccines.
Vaccinate or Repent Forever, Russian Orthodox Church Warns
An independent poll released Monday said 54% of Russians are still unwilling to get vaccinated against Covid-19.
Majority of Russians Still Not Ready for Covid-19 Vaccination – Poll
The Levada Center also said 58% of Russians do not support the policy of compulsory vaccination that's being ordered by a growing number of regions.
Moscow Restaurants Struggle to Stay Afloat Under New Virus Restrictions
All the city's eateries now require diners to present QR codes showing vaccination, negative PCR tests or proof of recovery from Covid-19.
Is Russia's Vaccine Diplomacy Going South?
What will the damage be to Russia’s credibility and moral authority if it can’t or won’t make good on its initial pledge to deliver “the vaccine...
lifting the veil
Putin Reveals He Took Russia’s Sputnik V Coronavirus Vaccine
The Kremlin previously said it would keep the name of the Russian-made vaccine that Putin received this spring a “secret.”
supply and demand
Guatemala Seeks Refund from Russia Over Delayed Vaccine Doses – Reports
The Latin American country has only received 150,000 Sputnik V doses out of the 8 million it purchased.
Demand Finally Outstrips Supply in Russia’s Vaccination Race
As mandatory vaccination programs kick-start a sluggish jab campaign, the country’s regions are facing shortages.
Russia Won't Hit 60% Vaccination Target By Autumn, Kremlin Says as Virus Surges
Russia's goal of reaching herd immunity through vaccination has been delayed by a lagging public uptake.
Moscow's QR Code System for Restaurant Access, Explained
Many Muscovites have expressed confusion with the city's new rules requiring restaurant patrons to show proof of vaccination or immunity.
How Will Moscow’s Mandatory Vaccination Drive Work?
The Russian capital is rolling out one of the broadest mandatory vaccination programs in the world.
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