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A man wearing a face mask walks in downtown Moscow on November 11, 2021. - The developer of Russia's coronavirus vaccine Sputnik V has said Moscow should make jabs mandatory as inoculation rates remain low despite record deaths and campaigning by authorities. His call came as Russia reported a record 1,239 Covid deaths in a single day Wednesday. Only 34 percent of the country is fully vaccinated, even though Sputnik V -- the world's first Covid vaccine -- has been widely available since December last year. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP)
Осенняя Москва (2021)
2021-11-11
DIMITAR DILKOFF/AFP/East News
AFP
DIMITAR DILKOFF
AFP_9RG3LJ
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