The Minister of Health of Russia, Mikhail Murashko, has defended this Wednesday that the fact of inoculation against the coronavirus, and not the drug used, should be the key condition for mutual recognition of vaccination certificates between countries, informs TASS.
“One issue of concern is the mutual recognition of vaccination certificates. In our opinion, the key parameter should be the fact of vaccination and the efficacy of the vaccine“Murashko said during a meeting of the CIS Council for Health Cooperation.
Likewise, the Russian official stressed the importance of the parties avoid politicizing this issue.
- On Tuesday, the chief scientist of the World Health Organization, Soumya Swaminathan, hinted that the international body could recognize the Russian anticovid vaccine Sputnik V before the end of the year.
- On October 2, Russia and the United States discussed the mutual recognition of their vaccination certificates against covid-19.
- Sputnik V vaccine is now registered in 70 countries with a total population of more than 4 billion people.
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