He spoke at a press briefing, adding that based on the three stages of trials, 15% of those vaccinated report redness in the area of the vaccine and a slight headache that goes away within 24 hours.
Russia registered the first COVID-19 vaccine in the world under the name of Sputnik-V in August.
Russia’s speed producing the vaccine has made international experts worried about the efficiency, safety, and side effects of Sputnik-V.
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