On December 4, 2020, Russia launched large-scale vaccination against the novel coronavirus with its Sputnik V vaccine. Starting from January 18, by order of Russian President Vladimir Putin, a mass vaccination campaign is to begin across the country. How many Russians have already been vaccinated, what side effects occur in the first days after the jab, and who is forced to get inoculated under threat of dismissal?
The whole world is now mad about the Covid-19 vaccine. In Russia, grafting has always been a part of routine. Kids got several vaccines, animals were massively grafted, while the first experiences appeared in Tsarist times. Let’s take a look at some archive photos.
Standing in a corner for 150 rubles ($2), sucking a toe for 2,500 rubles ($34), sitting on a bottle for 3,000 rubles ($40). Participants in these streams are ready to endure any humiliation for the sake of viewer donations, or egg others on. The recent death of a stream participant made national news, yet it seems that viewers of such content were not surprised, let alone shocked.