Clinic in Moscow clarified on Pfizer vaccine availability


On Tuesday, Tatyana Solomatina, a member of the State Duma Health Protection Committee, told Echo of Moscow that Pfizer can be privately vaccinated at the Israeli Hadassah clinic in Moscow. 

The press service of Hadassah Medical Moscow told RBC that the clinic is negotiating with Pfizer on a vaccine, but it is too early to say about the possibility of vaccination and the timing.

The Moscow branch of Israel’s Hadassah Clinic belongs to the Skolkovo medical network, which operates under a special legal regime that gives it access to drugs registered in OECD member states even if they aren't registered in Russia. Israel, an OECD member, approved the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine in mid-December.

For more information, please refer to RBC


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