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52% of Russians say they're not ready to get vaccinated with 'Sputnik V' Updated: 2020-08-24 06:00:07 KST

More than half of Russians say they don't trust the Russian-developed COVID-19 vaccine.
According to polls conducted on 16-hundred Russians aged 18 and older, 52-percent of Russians said they won't be getting a shot of the vaccine, called Sputnik V, compared to 42-percent saying they would.
The survey also showed that 58 percent of Russians believe a second wave will happen, compared to the 30-percent who say there won't be.
Earlier this month, Russia registered the world's first COVID-19 vaccine, which was met with skepticism by experts.
However, the Russian Direct Investment Fund said more than 20 countries have already applied for a combined one billion doses of the new vaccine.
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