Russia’s Gamaleya National Research Centre in partnership with the Russian Defence Ministry registered the first COVID vaccine in the world on August 11, 2020. While making the official announcement of the news, Russian President Vladimir Putin said,” This morning, for the first time in the world, a vaccine against the new coronavirus was registered.” he assured of the efficiency of the vaccine by stating that one of his two daughters has received a shot of the vaccine and is stable. On August 15, a report by Toronto Today.net said that “Vladimir Putin’s daughter DIES after taking the second dose of the COVID vaccine”.
As per the reports, Putin’s daughter suffered unexpected side effects on the experimental Rusian COVID vaccine and has passed away in Moscow. The Kremlin has yet to make a statement on her death. A source within Russia's inner circle stated that Putin’s daughter- Katerina Tikhonova- suffered a rise in temperature shortly after her second injection, and then suffered a seizure. Doctors were not able to reverse the side- effects of the vaccine, and she was pronounced dead late yesterday evening,” reads the report.
Fact Check on the news:
The claims were later proved to be wrong And Then it was reported that Putin’s daughter is fine and stable.No such official statement was issued by the President or the officials whatsoever. It was later suggested that the site which posted it was recently created in 2020.
One of the Youtube pages has also uploaded a video with the name that Putin’s daughter died after the second dose of the COVID vaccine and has now been deleted from the site.
After all the rumors and fuzz going around the corner.
Putin finally made the statement stating the condition of her daughter,
He had added that his daughter had a temperature of 38 degrees (100.4 Fahrenheit) on the day of the first vaccine injection. Her temperature had then dropped to just over 37 degrees (98.6 Fahrenheit) the following day. Following the second shot, she again had a slight increase in temperature, but then it was all over. "She's feeling well and has a high number of antibodies," Putin had informed.Read More- Australia To Manufacture COVID-19 Vaccine, Distribute Free To Citizens