The first COVID-19 immunization on the planet was enlisted by Russia on Tuesday, detailed by Sputnik. “Supposedly, without precedent for the world, an antibody against the novel coronavirus contamination was enrolled at the beginning of today,” President Vladimir Putin was cited as saying at a gathering with the administration.
Coronavirus vaccine approved for use in Russia, President Vladimir Putin announces
Experts have raised concerns, suggesting researchers may be cutting cornershttps://t.co/9s1tn9pdln— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) August 11, 2020
“I trust we will have the option to begin large scale manufacturing of this drug sooner rather than later, which is significant,” Putin said.
The immunization has been enlisted for use and one of Putin’s daughters has just been offered a chance of the COVID-19 inoculation.
Breaking News: Russia approved a coronavirus vaccine, President Vladimir Putin said, amid concerns that the country is rushing the process for political purposes https://t.co/aa6DkfGQ1C— The New York Times (@nytimes) August 11, 2020
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