the elderly need to be educated about the importance of coronavirus vaccination

The level of collective immunity of Russians is almost two times lower than necessary. There are fewer and fewer vacancies in covid hospitals. This situation the President of Russia Vladimir Putin discussed at a meeting with the government.

As noted by the Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Tatyana Golikova, at present, the level of collective immunity from coronavirus COVID-19 is 48.4 percent. The level of collective immunity to coronavirus is practically not growing in Dagestan, Kabardino-Balkaria and the Kamchatka Territory.

Golikova said that all Russians who have no medical contraindications to vaccinations, you need to be vaccinated against coronavirus. This will make it possible to form collective immunity in Russia.

44.7 percent vaccinated against coronavirus in Russia old people… It is necessary to organize individual work with the population to explain the need for vaccination against COVID-19, Golikova emphasized.

According to the prime minister, the required level of vaccination in Russia is 80 percent of the population. In this case, both those who have been ill and vaccinated are taken into account.

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