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Zhirinovsky received six coronavirus vaccinations. Post-Soviet Syndrome?

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LDPR chairman Vladimir Zhirinovsky said that in a year and a half he had made seven vaccinations, including six from COVID-19. His words are reported by the Telegram channel URA.RU.

As the politician admitted, the first three vaccinations he received were Sputnik V vaccines. He injected the third dose when antibodies began to decrease. Six months later, Zhirinovsky was vaccinated with two doses of another Russian vaccine against coronavirus – EpiVac. As soon as his number of antibodies decreased, Zhirinovsky made the third vaccination with EpiVac. The seventh vaccination is the flu shot, which Zhirinovsky said he gets every year.

“But before that, I had six vaccinations in a year and a half! The very first did! And the flu is common – every year – I did it too. Seven vaccinations! Of course, this is a burden, it’s hard, but we must protect each other, ”said the leader of the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia (LDPR).

The politician also noted that it is impossible to stop the disease if the Russians are not “vaccinated”. In his opinion, the “infection” will go away if you get vaccinated. Earlier, Zhirinovsky suggested that three parties – the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, “Fair Russia – For Truth” and “New People” – pay the cost of non-working days, which will be introduced in the country from October 30. Zhirinovsky wrote that, according to some estimates, the non-working day regime will cost the Russian economy 60 billion rubles. This amount, according to him, can be recovered from those organizations that, before the elections to the State Duma, “parasitized on anti-vaccination sentiments, which led to an outbreak of morbidity.”

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