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The New York Times Journalist was Vaccinated with the Sputnik V
10.01.2021 00:58
The New York Times Journalist was Vaccinated with the Sputnik V

The New York Times Moscow correspondent Andrew Kramer was vaccinated with the Russian Sputnik V vaccine against COVID-19. In the article Why I was vaccinated with the Russian vaccine, he stated that skepticism on the part of Western experts was based not on the structure of the vaccine, but on its early admission to use. Mr. Kramer noted that the release of the vaccine and the start of vaccination were accompanied by misleading statements. In particular, after the companies Pfizer / BioNTech and Moderna reported the efficiency of their developments in 91% and 94.1%, respectively, the developers of "Sputnik V" announced superior performance. The effectiveness of the Russian vaccine according to the test results was 92%.
      The journalist noted that Soviet scientists in 1959 tested the first live vaccine against poliomyelitis, the USSR and the United States collaborated on vaccination against smallpox. Mr. Kramer did not elaborate on the vaccination process or how he feels after vaccination. According to him, he was vaccinated on Monday, December 28. After vaccination, the nurse warned him about the possibility of anaphylactic shock, but that, "fortunately, did not happen."

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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