CoviVac Vaccine Available in Moscow Again

The vaccine against the coronavirus CoviVac developed by the Chumakov Center is available again in Moscow clinics. At the beginning of the week, the Moscow Department of Health announced that the city had run out of this drug.

“In five vaccination centers based on city polyclinics, you need to make an appointment in advance,” says the message about the availability of the vaccine.

At the same time, it is clarified that the amount of the drug is limited, so there may be breaks in the recording, Kommersant reports.

CoviVac is the third COVID-19 vaccine registered in Russia. The country is also vaccinated against coronavirus with Sputnik V drugs of the Gamaleya Center and EpiVacCorona of the Vector Center. The fourth registered vaccine – Sputnik Light – has not yet entered civilian circulation.