‘Reliable, safe and effective’ | RT reporter takes part in Russian COVID vaccine trial

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    Speaking at the UNGA, Russian President Vladimir Putin offered free doses of the country’s pioneering Sputnik V vaccine to any ‘UN worker.’ As trials are underway, RT correspondent Maria Finoshina was among the people who got the jab.

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