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Covid-19: in Russia, vaccination slowed by general mistrust


REPORT - As the Delta variant rages in the country, the Kremlin struggles to impose measures to counter the third wave.

Special envoy to Vologda

To discover

  • Covid-19: what we know about the Delta variant

It is customary to say that Moscow or St. Petersburg

"is not the real Russia"

, namely that of the regions, more rural, more traditional. It seems that when it comes to vaccination against Covid-19, the adage holds true. While the municipality of Moscow is logically one of the Russian regions which vaccinates the most (35%, which remains low), it is much more complicated in the territories. For example, nationwide, only 23% of Russians have received at least one dose of one of the four national vaccines in circulation.

You don't have to go far from Moscow to meet this ancestral Russia.

400 kilometers north of the capital, once past the great Volga, here we are in Vologda.

Founded in 1147 or 1264, depending on the version, on the banks of the river of the same name, the venerable Vologda, with its monasteries and its Kremlin, is one of the historic Russian cities of the time of independent principalities, before Russia

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Source: lefigaro

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