Kremlin: Russia’s vaccination rate meets population’s needs
The rate of inoculating people against the coronavirus infection meets the population’s needs in Russia and demand will eventually increase, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.
"Beyond a doubt, the vaccination rates will accelerate and grow. Currently, the vaccination rates fully comply with the population’s needs," the Kremlin spokesman noted.
"All the Russian regions have been furnished with coronavirus vaccines," TASS cited Peskov as saying.
"Of course, we expect the demand for these vaccines to grow and, therefore, the vaccination rate will increase," the Kremlin press secretary said, adding that the level of natural immunization could not be ignored.