Despite the survival of a high level of antibodies after the virus, Dmitry Peskov, the President of the Russian Federation’s press secretary, stated he will be vaccinated with a single-component vaccine called Sputnik Light in the coming weeks.
Despite the maintenance of high levels of antibodies after a sickness, Dmitry Peskov, the President of the Russian Federation’s press secretary, stated that he plans to get vaccinated with the single-component vaccine Sputnik Light in the coming weeks.
He said he hadn’t been vaccinated because of his high titer and the existence of T-cell immunity in a press conference on Friday.
He wants to do [vaccination vaccine] Sputnik Light, according to the Kremlin spokesperson, based on fresh advice from physicians this week that it is also better to get vaccinated even with high antibodies, and also because it will be much simpler to live and work with a vaccine logistically.
In May 2020, Peskov tested positive for coronavirus. When asked how he dealt with the sickness, the Russian leader’s spokesperson said he was uncomfortable and felt “a certain dread,” but the virus had no lasting effects.