Vaccinated health personnel qualify arrival of Sputnik V in Venezuela as achievement

The Venezuelan Government began the day of Vaccinewith Sputnik V against the Covid-19, and the health personnel consulted by this agency said that it is an achievement, because they will be able to work with greater peace of mind after receiving the immunization.

« It is an achievement for public health, it gives the medical personnel, who are the ones who face this pathology daily, a little more peace of mind now after Vaccinernos, « said María Moyano, resident of the third year of pediatrics at the University Hospital of Caracas (south).

The Venezuelan Government indicated that it will have priority in this first stage of Vaccineall health personnel and medical brigades, and later police and military personnel.

The VaccineSputnik V began in the capital region, made up of Caracas, Miranda and La Guaira, and will extend to the entire Caribbean country.

For her part, Oriana Russian, a pediatric resident doctor, told this agency that after receiving the first dose of Sputnik V, she feels more protected.

« There is a reassurance that we are a little more protected, the second dose is missing, but it is a step forward, » he said.

Marlene Omaña, a nurse at the University Hospital, said that it is a great feat of the Government to have brought the Vaccine for all those who are fighting for health in that health center.

In Caracas University Hospital they placed on Friday 20 Vaccines, and more than 2,000 are expected to be placed.

According to the Government, the second dose of Sputnik V will be placed in 21 days.

On February 13, the first 100,000 doses of Sputnik V arrived in Venezuela.

Last December, Venezuela signed an agreement with Russia for the acquisition of 10 million Vaccines against him Covid-19.

President Nicolás Maduro has said that they hope to carry out the mass immunization next April.

Source: Sputnik


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