Sobering Vaccine News From Russia

If you drink, don’t drive. If you drive don’t drink. If you get vaccinated, don’t drink. Wait a minute, that last one is something the CDC hasn’t told Americans yet.

The “don’t drink” warning came from Russian Deputy Prime Minister Tatiana Golikova. As the Russians began their first round of Coronavirus vaccine shots, the Russian people have just been told will need to observe extra precautions during the 42 days it takes for the Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine to become effective.

“[Russians] will have to refrain from visiting crowded places, wear face masks, use sanitizers, minimize contacts and refrain from drinking alcohol or taking immunosuppressant drugs,” Golikova told TASS News Agency.

As the vaccine rolls out across America this week, look for Americans to be warned of this and other things to beware of related to taking the two shot vaccine over 30 days.