Vaccination against COVID-19 in Russia should not be paid. This was stated by the director of the Gamaleya Center Alexander Gintsburg.
“The legislation of the Russian Federation does not provide for such options, because our country is the most liberal, as close as possible to a person and creates the most favorable conditions for everyone who wants to be vaccinated,” the scientist explained, whose words are quoted TASS.
Earlier, State Duma deputy Maxim Ivanov wrote on his Facebook page that the government allegedly wants to make vaccination against coronavirus paid. However, he later admitted that it was solely his idea, and called his statements reckless.