Coronavirus vaccine for adolescents registered in Russia
Sputnik-M vaccine from COVID-19 for adolescents received a registration certificate, RIA Novosti reports, citing a source in the center of Gamaleya. & nbsp; The drug is intended to immunize children 12-17 years old.
As stated during a press conference, the head of the RDIF Kirill Dmitriev, the vaccine will soon go to international markets.
Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova clarified that children will be vaccinated against coronavirus with the consent of the parents or the child himself if he is over 15 years old.
Earlier, AiF.ru & nbsp; wrote & nbsp; about what is known about the COVID-19 vaccine for children. Alexander Gunzburg commented on clinical trials of the drug on adolescents.