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RUSSIA ANNOUNCES WORLD’S FIRST COVID-19 VACCINE

Shivangi Dubey

ByShivangi Dubey

Aug 11, 2020

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President Vladimir Putin announced the launch of the world’s first vaccine for COVID-19, already is touting. The announcement comes as a sigh in wake of 20 million people affected and nearly 750000 killed worldwide, maimed world economics.

The vaccine project was funded by Kirill Dmitriev, the head of the Russian Direct Investment Fund. Phase 3 trial to be started on Wednesday. Industrial production was supposed to start from September, pre-ordered more than a million doses, as reported.

Health Minister Mikhail Murashko was asked to keep the president updated on vaccine benediction nm while simultaneously being aware that” it works effectively” and ” forms a stable immunity” as says Russian agencies.

For the first time in the world, the vaccine for COVID has registered this morning states Putin during a video conference with government ministers.

Putin thanked everyone who worked for the development of this vaccine. He hopes mass production of the coronavirus vaccine soon by research bodies of the nation.

Putin claims it’s beneficial effects and strong immunity formation. He added one of his daughters received a short of vaccine and felt better.

However, the vaccine’s registration is conditional and the trial will continue during production as well, said murashko. He further informed the Russian vaccine will begin to be produced at two sites- the Gamaleya Research Institute and the company Binnopharm.

Currently, the discussion between WHO and Russian health authorities is going regarding the process for possible WHO qualifications for it’s a newly approved vaccine.

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