The governor of the Voronezh region, Alexander Gusev, was vaccinated against coronavirus infection. This was announced on Wednesday, February 3, on the website of the regional government.
Before the vaccination, Gusev visited the doctor’s office for a mandatory consultation.
According to Lyudmila Kudaeva, deputy chief physician for the medical department of Voronezh Regional Clinical Hospital No. 2, before any vaccination against coronavirus, it is necessary to measure the patient’s temperature and pressure, determine the degree of blood oxygen saturation, as well as a questionnaire, in which the risk factors for the development of side effects are clarified.
Then a decision is made to vaccinate and the patient’s consent is drawn up. The vaccination is done in two stages, and the injection is done in the shoulder. After receiving the vaccine, the patient is monitored for 30 minutes.
During the procedure, the governor noted that getting vaccinated against coronavirus is not scary, since the vaccine is completely harmless, according to the website kp.ru.
Earlier on the same day, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin, who heads the State Council working group on countering the spread of coronavirus, discussed vaccination against COVID-19 with the authorities of the Russian regions, RT reports.
Large-scale vaccination of the population against COVID-19 began on January 18 in Russia. The head of state announced the need for this. In addition, the President expressed the opinion that the Russian vaccine against coronavirus is the best in the world, which is now shown by practice. Citizens are vaccinated with Sputnik V. It was developed by the Center. Gamalea and became the first vaccine against this virus in the world and in Russia.
Up-to-date 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 #WeVotre. Coronavirus hotline: 8 (800) 2000-112.