Russian doctors wary of receiving COVID-19 vax

Most doctors don't want to be be injected, even though they are set to be the first to receive it, survey of 3000 shows

The majority of Russian doctors would not feel comfortable being injected with the country's new COVID-19 vaccine because of the lack of data about it and its super-fast approval, a survey of more than 3000 medical professionals shows.

Russia has said that the world's first vaccine for coronavirus will be rolled out by the end of this month, with doctors among those set to be administered with it on a voluntary basis.

The vaccine, called 'Sputnik V' in homage to the world's first satellite