Russia to distribute over 1 m. Sputnik V shots at home by year-end

MOSCOW - Russia will have supplied more than 1 million doses of its COVID-19 vaccine Sputnik V to its own national inoculation program by the end of this year, a government minister said on Wednesday.
Russia, which began rolling out the vaccine in early December, has so far produced over 2 million doses in total, Industry Minister Denis Manturov told state television.
The Sputnik V vaccine is administered in two doses, which use different components, 21 days apart.
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