Russia is the first country to register three vaccines against the coronavirus

Russia is the first country to register three vaccines against the coronavirus

Russia already registered 3 vaccines against Covid-19. In this article, you will find all the information about Russia and the Covid-19. Keep reading to find out much more!

Russia already registered 3 vaccines against Covid-19. In this article, you will find all the information about Russia and the Covid-19. Keep reading to find out much more!

Russia registered its third vaccine against the coronavirus called CoviVac, which is already in the last stage of clinical trials and thousands of doses are expected to be produced by March.

Russia registered its third vaccine against the coronavirus called CoviVac

"Starting in mid-March, the first 120,000 doses (of the third vaccine) will be available. Today Russia is the only country that has three vaccines," Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin revealed during a government meeting.

After registering Sputnik V, in August, and EpiVacCorona, in October, when the process of immunizing the population began, the Moscow Shumakov Research Center decided to start manufacturing this third vaccine.

Russian authorities are trying to reach several agreements for the production of the first vaccine

After admitting that it could not satisfy all the requests, the Russian authorities are trying to reach several agreements for the production of the first vaccine, and thus reach the whole world thanks to the great international recognition it gained after being endorsed by the science magazine The Lancet.

"We are accelerating vaccine production. More than 10 million doses of Sputnik V and 80,000 of EpiVacCorona have already been produced," Mishustin explained.

After being analyzed in 3,000 people in the cities of Novosibirsk, Saint Petersburg and Kirov, in a few days the results of the CoviVac vaccine will be obtained, which according to the Ministry of Health is stored at temperatures of 2 to 8 degrees, with a life useful for six months.

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