Putin's Daughter Tested The First Russian Coronavirus Vaccine
Russian President Vladimir Putin said that one of his daughters has tested the Russian coronavirus vaccine and is doing well.
At a meeting with the government on Tuesday, the head of state noted that the first registered Russian coronavirus vaccine forms a stable antibody and cellular immunity.
"I am also very well aware of this because one of my daughters had such a vaccination, I think that in this sense she participated in the experiment," Putin said. According to him, after the first injection, his daughter's body temperature was 38 degrees, the next day - just over 37. "And all, after the second injection, the second vaccination, the temperature also rose a little, and then everything came to nothing, he feels good, and the titers [of antibodies] are high," the President said.