Russia approves first COVID-19 vaccine


Moscow, August 11

Russia’s well being ministry has given regulatory approval for the world’s first COVID-19 vaccine, developed by Moscow’s Gamaleya Institute, after lower than two months of human testing, President Vladimir Putin stated on Tuesday.

The transfer paves the way in which for mass inoculation at the same time as the ultimate phases of medical trials to check security and efficacy proceed.

The velocity at which Russia is shifting to roll out its vaccine highlights its willpower to win the worldwide race for an efficient product however has stirred issues that it might be placing nationwide status earlier than science and security. Reuters



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