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The personnel of the Marine Corps of the Pacific Fleet (Pacific Fleet), stationed in Primorye and Kamchatka, are completing a planned revaccination against the new coronavirus infection COVID-19. More than 90 percent of the Marines in the fleet have completed a full course of revaccination.

For repeated vaccinations, a two-component drug Gam-COVID-Vac (Sputnik-V) is used, which has proven its reliability. Military personnel and civilian personnel of military units, who were first vaccinated with a domestic vaccine six months ago, are undergoing revaccination.

Re-vaccination is carried out in the medical facilities of the Pacific Fleet. After vaccinations, medical specialists monitor the health of the revaccinated. After receiving the two components of the drug, each vaccinated person is issued a certificate confirming the course of revaccination.

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