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In the Northern Fleet, the vaccination campaign against coronavirus infection continues. The two-component Russian vaccine “Sputnik V” has already been vaccinated for most of the military, all medical workers and employees of military commissariats involved in working with conscripts. Vaccination of civilian personnel of military units and naval institutions, as well as family members of military personnel continues.

Vaccination takes place in medical institutions. The admission department of the main naval hospital in the city of Severomorsk accepts those wishing to receive vaccinations on a daily basis.

The vaccine planned for delivery to the Northern Fleet will be enough to vaccinate all military personnel against coronavirus, including conscripts who will enter service this spring, as well as civilian personnel and adult family members of military personnel who have no contraindications for vaccination.

Scheduled vaccination in the Northern Fleet began together with the winter period of combat training, that is, from December 1 of last year. It was then that the first batch of Sputnik V vaccine was delivered to Severomorsk. She was vaccinated by the crews of the submarine cruiser “Knyaz Vladimir”, the frigate “Admiral of the Fleet Kasatonov”, the sea tug “Nikolai Chiker”, the tanker “Vyazma” and other ships.

During the vaccination, there were no cases of complications or intolerance to the vaccine.

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Before the injection, the vaccinated are introduced to the rules of behavior during vaccination, which strictly prohibit the use of alcohol, intense sports and heavy physical activity, as well as the impact of extremely high and low temperatures on the body within five days after vaccination.

The introduction of the second component of the vaccine is carried out exactly three weeks after the first.

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