Moscow: The first batch of Sputnik V vaccine against coronovirus, developed by Russia’s Gamalaya National Research Center of Epidemiology and Microbiology and the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF), has been released into civilian circulation, with regional deliveries in the near future The plan has been made, informed the Russian Ministry of Health.
“The first batch of ‘Gum-Kovid-Vec’ (Sputnik V) vaccines have been passed for the prevention of new coronovirus infections developed by the Gamalaya National Research Center of Epidemiology and Microbiology of the Ministry of Health of Russia. The ministry said in a statement , Has been released in quality testing and civil circulation in the laboratories of Roszravnadzor (medical device regulator).
The Russian Ministry of Health registered the first vaccine against COVID-19 named Sputnik V on 11 August.
Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin hoped on Sunday that most residents of the Russian capital would be vaccinated against coronovirus within several months.
According to the Ministry of Health, it is planned to deliver the first batch of Russian vaccine to the country’s regions in the near future.
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