Mass vaccination of the population against coronavirus infection has begun in Russia. The first to be vaccinated against COVID-19 at KIU were Dr Beinish Landa and law student Danila Kirpichnikov.
Mass vaccination of the population against coronavirus infection has begun in Russia. The first to be vaccinated against COVID-19 at KIU were Dr Beinish Landa and the student of Faculty of Law Danila Kirpichnikov.
The other day, Dr B. Landa, the main promoter of a healthy lifestyle in KIU, an adept of active recreation, and an organizer of hiking trips, was revaccinated against coronavirus with the second dose of the Sputnik V vaccine.
"I got vaccinated because I want to teach," Dr B. Landa explains the reason for the vaccination. – Since restrictions were imposed due to the coronavirus and teachers over 65 were not allowed to teach full-time, I decided to get vaccinated. The procedure itself was routine: a doctor's examination, an injection, and follow-up after vaccination. Doctors warned that the temperature may rise or chills may appear. But I didn't have anything like that."
Danila Kirpichnikov talks in detail about his experience of vaccination:
"From the very first day, as soon as I learned about the creation of the vaccine, I decided that I would definitely pass the vaccination procedure. The question of whether to get vaccinated or not, for me, was not.
I was vaccinated in the public clinic. I was pleased with the high professionalism of the doctors and medical staff, the work was organized at the highest level. At the clinic, I filled out a questionnaire with questions about the state of health, contacts with patients, general well-being, and the presence of chronic diseases. Then he went to the office, where the doctor began to examine: listened to the lungs, measured the temperature, saturation (checking the oxygen saturation of the blood). The results were satisfactory, and I was referred for a PCR test, which turned out to be negative.
With the results of PCR, I was invited to the treatment room, where they gave me the coveted injection, after warning me that for three days after that, it is not recommended to hypothermia, visit the bath and sauna, undergo physical exertion and drink alcohol (it is better never to use it at all).
I did not feel any pain from the injection, everything was fast and professional. After that, the doctor asked me how I was feeling. I had no adverse reactions: no dizziness, no nausea, no pain at the injection site. In the future, I did not have any unusual symptoms-neither for three days, nor later (although I was warned about the possible occurrence of general flu symptoms both orally and in a specially issued memo)."