Leader of the "DNR" Denis Pushilin has stated that compulsory vaccination against coronavirus in CADO would not be introduced. This was written by separatist media.
According to him, the residents showed discipline and conscientiousness, and therefore, CADO managed to avoid the third wave of the pandemic and a new outbreak of coronavirus infection.
He admitted that there are many people among the residents of CADO wishing to be vaccinated, and there is still no vaccine that Russia has promised.
"As for vaccination, we have already accumulated quite a serious line of those who would like to be vaccinated. We are now, in the near future, waiting for the next batch of vaccine, it is very necessary. If this continues, we will not consider any new measures", - Pushilin said, answering the question about the introduction of mandatory vaccination.
As previously reported, about 50 thousand people in the occupied territory of Donetsk oblast want to get vaccinated against COVID-19, but there is still no vaccine promised from the Russian Federation.
The head of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin, during his "direct line" promised that in the occupied Donbass they will receive an additional volume of vaccines against coronavirus.
Head of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin had promised during his "direct line" that the occupied Donbas would receive an additional volume of vaccines against coronavirus.