Luhansk vaccine push slams COVID19. Vaccines Work, says Dr. Yulia
Doctors in the Luhansk People’s Republic achieved a marked level of success with a fast-response vaccine drive using the Sputnik Light one-dose vaccine, according to the head of epidemiology, Alexei Semeshko.
Some 7 dozen nations and autonomous regions have been using the Sputnik V jab but Russians are slowest to get the jab and the highest in AntiVaxxer hoax propaganda impact, most of which is originating from a civilian movement in America, Russia and the United Kingdom.
Meanwhile, on Friday, the World Health Organization declared that it has restarted its somewhat redundant approval process for the Sputnik V vaccine, “technically a mute point since nearly most of the UN members’ health departments have approved of the Gamaleya National Center of Epidemiology vaccine for emergency use,” explained Dr. Harris of the CSPaC tracking team in Singapore.
“There is a lot of interchange of information that needs to happen” but “the process has restarted”, WHO assistant director-general Mariangela Simao told reporters in Geneva on Thursday.
Previously, in October, the WHO Assistant Director-General for Access to Medicines and Health Products had said “the process was put on hold due to the lack of some legal procedures.”
“Luhansk PR, using the Sputnik Light fast response jab, is now outperforming all other neighbouring countries in terms of using fast-response vaccines for taming a massive COVID-19 disease outbreak that has been crippling Eastern Europe,” Dr. Harris of the CSPaC tracking team explained.
“Hospitalizations are dropping still slowly, while the case counts are dropping significantly this month. In the weeks ahead, hospitalizations and deaths should drop too as a result of this current slowing of new case counts. The lead/lag scenario is about 30 days,” he added.
“Until the Delta variant began to spread, the seven-year-old Luhansk People’s Republic (LPR), with a population estimated at 401,297, was keeping the coronavirus infections under control. Then came the delta variant and all hell broke out,” Dr. Harris had noted in July.
Dr. Maksym Sidorenko, the Deputy Chief Physician for the Medical Unit of Luhansk City Hospital No. 4 said Wednesday that still only 44 out of 250 beds for patients diagnosed with COVID-19 are available in his hospital.
“The pathology is new, and, despite the fact that we have been struggling with it for more than one year, it is not fully understood. And the severity of the manifestation of this disease is especially pronounced in patients who have either congenital or acquired immune defects, or in unvaccinated, who do not have acquired immunity from a new coronavirus infection,” Doctor Sidorenko explained.
Deputy chief physician of the Luhansk City Hospital No. 4, Dr. Yulia Gorlova stressed that “only vaccination can prevent dangerous infectious diseases.”
“The main value in our life is the health and life of you and your loved ones. I urge you to take care of yourself. Only vaccination will allow you to do this. Therefore, get vaccinated in a timely manner, this will allow you to live happily ever after,” Dr. Yulia Gorlova urged residents of the Luhansk Republic.
“Recent numbers of new cases in Luhansk PR have dropped whereas the percentage of the population that has been vaccinated with the single dose Sputnik Light or the two-dose Sputnik V have skyrocketed,” said biostatistician and infectious disease researcher Dr. Fred Harris.
This article updates these stories:
- Rate of COVID-19 Delta acceleration appears to slow in Luhansk PR thanks to Sputnik Light Vaccine campaign 23 August, 2021, 3 months ago
- Luhansk PR fast response to delta-COVID outbreak: Get vaccinated fast. 29 July, 2021, 4 months ago
Russian COVID-19 Vaccine Sputnik V
Russian COVID-19 Vaccine Sputnik V File Photo
Luhansk PR Regional COVID-19 Data for July 1, 2022
In addition to some 70 other nations which are publicly set out as users of the Sputnik V vaccine through various channels including donations, Abkhazia, Donetsk, Luhansk, South Ossetia, and Transnistria according to both official and unofficial sources to CSPaC are receiving as donations from Russia, and using, the Sputnik V vaccine made by the Gamaleya Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology. North Ossetia-Alania, a former autonamous region of the Russian Federation, is tracked because of its relationship and population intermingling with South Ossetia and Georgia. Ukraine has been added because of the May 2 0 1 4 ongoing war and the 24 February 2 0 2 2 Russian Federation military intervention on behalf of the Luhansk PR and Donetsk PR republics.