A batch of Sputnik Light was delivered to San Marino, it will be used for revaccination
The first batch of Russian vaccine was delivered to San Marino from the Sputnik Light coronavirus. This is reported by the Institute of Social Security of the Republic (ISS), RIA Novosti reports.
It is noted that the Russian drug will be used for revaccination of citizens of the country who have received primary vaccinations with the Sputnik V vaccine.
On November 23, it was reported that San Marino became the first country in the European Union (EU) to approve the Russian Sputnik Light vaccine as an independent drug. In addition, the drug has been approved as a booster for other coronavirus vaccines. The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) noted that San Marino became the first country in Europe where not a single case of COVID-19 infection was detected.