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3 in 4 Unvaccinated Russians Refuse to Get Coronavirus Jab – Gallup
Only around 32% of Russians have been fully vaccinated with one of the country's several vaccines.
CASH FOR JABS
Moscow Offers Pensioners $140 to Get Vaccinated
Amid a surging fourth wave of the coronavirus pandemic, Moscow rolls out cash incentives to boost flagging vaccination rates.
'we have done everything'
Kremlin Decries ‘High’ Covid Deaths, Rejects New Measures
The Kremlin continued to reject new restrictions so as to protect the economy.
Western Coronavirus Vaccines May Be Coming to Russia – Kommersant
The Health Ministry has proposed to allow the Moscow International Medical Cluster to import vaccines not registered in Russia.
supply and demand
Slovakia Ends Vaccination With Russia's Sputnik V Amid Slow Uptake
Slovakia had sold most of its Sputnik V doses back to Russia this summer, citing low demand.
Argentine Health Minister Visits Russia to Discuss Vaccine Supplies – TASS
Argentina was among the first countries to use Russia's Sputnik V but hit “critical” second-dose shortages in late spring.
As Coronavirus Fatalities Hit a Record High, Russia’s Vaccination Campaign Falters
With parliamentary elections looming, the Kremlin is wary of pushing Russians too hard to do something a majority are against — getting vaccinated.
Iran, Ghana Among Those Hit Hardest By Russia’s Vaccine Delivery Delays – BBC
Russia has touted Sputnik V as a cheap, easy to transport way out of the pandemic but its exports have hit snags.
Brazil to Cancel Orders for Russia’s Sputnik V Vaccine – Reuters
Brazil would be the second Latin American country to cancel its Sputnik V order after Guatemala did so this week.
Guatemala Cancels Order for Russian Vaccines
The delay sparked criticism of the government and calls for an investigation.
Russia Approves Combined Sputnik V, AstraZeneca Trials
Sputnik V's developers believe that its effectiveness against the virus can be increased by combining it with other vaccines.
TRUST TO LUCK
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.
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