Hungary receives shipment of Sputnik Light COVID-19 vaccine, minister says
A healthcare worker holds a syringe with the one-dose Sputnik Light vaccine against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in a vaccination centre at a city market in Moscow, Russia, June 30, 2021.
BUDAPEST, Jan 7 (Reuters) – Hungary has received a shipment of Russia’s Sputnik Light COVID-19 vaccine for assessment by the Hungarian health authorities, Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in a statement on Friday.
Szijjarto said that, depending on the examination, Hungary could start commercial talks with Russia on purchasing Sputnik Light to use as a booster shot.
Hungary has used Sputnik V along with Western-made vaccines in its coronavirus vaccination campaign.
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