MOSCOW, June 30. /TASS/. About 23 million Russians have been vaccinated against COVID-19, with not tragic outcomes after inoculation being registered, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday during his annual question-and-answer session.
"By now, more than twenty million, twenty-three million, as far as I know, have been vaccinated. As we see, everything is all right. Thank God, no tragic situations have been reported in Russia after vaccination, like after the use of AstraZeneca or Pfizer," he said.
Mass vaccination against the novel coronavirus infection of people older than 18 kicked off in Russia on January 18. By today, four COVID vaccines, namely Sputnik V, Epivaccorona, CoviVac, and Sputnik Light, have been registered in Russia.