Slovakia will start using Sputnik V from June


Slovakia will start using the Russian vaccine against the coronavirus Sputnik V from June, said the republic's Minister of Health Vladimir Lengvarsky. This was reported by the TA3 TV channel.

The Minister pointed out that Slovakia has a signed agreement with the Russian side, and now the republic must pay for the supply of the vaccine. According to him, now issues of logistics and creation of a network of vaccination centers are being solved. According to the plan, it will take one to two weeks.


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