A vaccine against the CoviVac coronavirus developed by the Chumakov Center has appeared in Moscow again. The vaccine is available in 14 pavilions “Healthy Moscow” reported on the website of the mayor of the capital.
It is noted that you can get vaccinated free of charge and without an appointment.
The vaccine is available in the pavilions located in the parks “Festivalny”, “Tsaritsyno”, “Perovsky”, 50th anniversary of October, 850th anniversary of Moscow, Dusseldorf, “Northern Tushino” and Goncharovsky and in the Olympic village. The vaccine is also available in Gorky Park, a public garden near the prefecture of the Northern Administrative District, a public garden on Druzhba street, the Teply Stan landscape reserve and a public garden near the Vdohnovenie cultural center.
Disruptions in the supply of KoviVac began in June. At the end of the month, the Moscow mayor’s office announced that the vaccine had ended in the capital. Residents of St. Petersburg, wishing to be vaccinated with this vaccine, were added to the postponed lists. Other regions also complained about the lack of vaccines.
Also, residents of many regions are waiting for the vaccine from the Novosibirsk center “Vector” “EpiVacCorona”, which, according to rumors widely spread in Russia, should be “softer” than “Sputnik” and not give any side effects. Many people who want to get vaccinated are waiting for EpiVac, and in Moscow this drug has ended altogether.
At the same time, the volunteers participating in the research really not found I have side effects, although they did not find the necessary antibodies either. And while one of the authors of the patent and concurrently the head of Rospotrebnadzor Anna Popova and Vladimir Putin praise the vaccine, scientists talk about a catastrophic failure, and the former employees of Vector – about data falsification.
If the vaccine is really a dummy (and everything testifies to this), thousands of people today are putting their lives in danger, because they think they are protected by EpiVac, and are not vaccinated with normal vaccines.