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    Like Europe, Russia too is logging record caseloads of COVID-19 – more than 16,000 this Tuesday alone. But authorities there are doing all they can to avoid another unpopular lockdown. They’re also touting new, Russian-made vaccines due to be rolled out soon. And as DW found out, for many people, that’s music to their ears.

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