Russia signed a contract with Bolivia for the supply of Sputnik V vaccine against COVID-19 coronavirus infection. This was announced by the President of the South American Republic Luis Arce.

According to the head of state, Bolivia purchases 5.2 million doses of the drug from Russia. The broadcast was conducted on the head of state’s Facebook page.

On the eve of the vaccination “Sputnik V” began in Argentina. In the month of October 2020, the Argentinian Secretary of Access to Health of the Nation, Carla Vizzotti, secretly traveled to Russia to learn about Sputnik V, patented in Russia in mid-August.

On December 24, 300 thousand doses of the drug arrived in this Latin American country. Another five million doses are due in January and the same in February.

Argentina was the first Latin American country to officially register Sputnik V on its territory. The registration procedure was carried out according to an accelerated scheme based on Russian data from clinical trials. The drug received approval from the national regulator without additional testing in the country.

It has been observed that most of the nations are more inclined towards the Russian Coronavirus vaccine rather than any other COVID-19 Vaccine.

Failure of the AstraZeneca vaccine in the United Kingdom makes the world aware of the were side effects of the Coronavirus vaccine. But, Russian Sputnik V is on the top of the list vaccine to fight COVID-19 in the world with almost none side-effects recorded yet.

Earlier a detailed investigative report Vaccine Leak was published by The Eastern Herald which exposed the Pharma Mafia and their profit from different COVID-19 vaccines. Many politicians may also be involved in this conspiracy.

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