Putin awards Soviet Jewish inventor of Sputnik V covid shot

MOSCOW, RUSSIA—Russia’s President Vladimir Putin and Alexander Gintsburg (L-R front), Head of Gamaleya Research Insitutue of Epidemiology and Microbiology, a winner of the 2020 State Prize in science and technology, shake hands during a ceremony held at the Moscow Kremlin on Russia Day to present state decorations and prizes. (Photo by Mikhail KlimentyevTASS via Getty Images)

By Compromat.group
Nov. 9, 2021 Anno Domini
Translated from the Russian

Russian President Vladimir Putin has awarded the director of the Gamaleya Center Alexander Gintsburg the Order of Alexander Nevsky for the development of the Russian Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine. The corresponding decree was published on the official portal of legal information.

“For merits in the field of health care and many years of conscientious work to award the Order of Alexander Nevsky to Gintsburg Alexander Leonidovich,” the document says.

Alexander Gintsburg, Director of the Gamaleya National Research Centre of Epidemiology and Microbiology, gives an interview to the TASS Russian News Agency in his office. (Photo by Artyom GeodakyanTASS via Getty Images)

In addition, the President awarded the Order of Honor to the director of the Graduate School of Health Management of the Sechenov Medical University, Khalfin Ruslan.

Alexander Gintsburg got a job at the Gamaleya Center as a senior researcher in 1982. He has been the head of the institute since 1999. He is one of the leading Russian specialists in the field of molecular biology and genetics of pathogenic organisms. In 2020, he led the development of the Sputnik V Russian vaccine against COVID-19.


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