Inoculations in Hungary using the Russian Sputnik V vaccine will start in Budapest, the chief medical officer said on Tuesday.
Cecília Müller told a press conference that 560 GPs in the city will each be asked to select five of their patients who do not suffer from any chronic underlying illnesses, who would then be referred to vaccination points to receive the jab. Fully 2,800 doses of the Russian vaccine are currently available, she added.
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