Vaccine in the blood, vaccine on the skin | German jab tourist gets Sputnik V tattoo

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    Steven Eschner, a German tourist who came to Moscow to get vaccinated, got the Russian Sputnik V jab not only as an injection – but also under his skin in the form of a tattoo.

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