Vladimir Putin reveals he's given daughter experimental coronavirus vaccine as he unveils jab for 30million

VLADIMIR Putin has said that one of his daughter's has already been administered with an experimental coronavirus vaccine.

The claim comes after Russia became the first country to give regulatory approval to a vaccine, although concerns have been raised about the speed at which it has been developed.

The jab is still in the final stages of trials to test whether it is effective and safe, but the move could be a step towards rolling out a mass vaccination program.

Speaking at a meeting with members of his government, President Putin said: "As far as I know, a vaccine against a new coronavirus infection has been registered this morning, for the first time in the world.

"I know that it works quite effectively, it forms a stable immunity and, I repeat, has passed all the necessary checks.

“One of my daughters got herself this shot. I think in this sense, she took part in the experiment."

Deputy Prime Minister Golikova has also said that vaccination of medical workers will begin this and next month

The vaccines registration certificate said it is set to enter civilian circulation on January 1 2021, Varlamov.ru reported.

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