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Today the next crew of the Northern Fleet ship, the missile cruiser Marshal Ustinov, has completed revaccination. The last group of 50 military sailors was vaccinated with the second component of Sputnik-V.

The revaccination took place in the ship’s outpatient clinic under the guidance of the ship’s chief medical officer. A specially trained medical team 1469 of the Naval Clinical Hospital of the RF Ministry of Defense was sent to the cruiser to perform injections.

Before inoculation with the second component, the servicemen underwent thermometry and a medical examination, filled out a patient’s questionnaire. No servicemen were found to have contraindications to vaccination or intolerance to the drug.

Revaccination of servicemen in the Northern Fleet is proceeding as planned. All North Sea soldiers who are to be vaccinated against COVID-19 from June to October were timely injected with both components of the Gam-Covid-Vak (Sputnik-V) vaccine. Its reserves, formed in the Northern Fleet, will be enough for the revaccination of all personnel.

Vaccination against COVID-19 began in the Northern Fleet on December 1 of last year. The first to be vaccinated was the crew of the new frigate “Admiral of the Kasaton Fleet”, which was setting off on its first long voyage. Subsequently, all military sailors received the vaccination.

All in all, 99 percent of the military personnel in the Northern Fleet were vaccinated with Sputnik-V.

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