"Vaccination does not exclude the possibility of getting infected. As we said, 8 percent of those vaccinated are at risk, but it excludes serious consequences. The symptoms that have been reported are a flu-like syndrome, it is not ruled out. Let us hope that everything stops at 37.3 ℃, and no more serious symptoms will follow", Gintsburg said.
Earlier on Saturday, Argentinian President Alberto Fernandez said that he had received a positive antigen test for COVID-19 and is awaiting confirmation via a PCR test. The president added that he had a 37.3℃ temperature and a slight headache, but feels well.
In January, the Argentine leader received the first dose of the Russian COVID-19 vaccine Sputnik V. Three weeks later, he received the second shot, the newspaper Clarin reported on Saturday, citing sources.