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Russia has created world’s 1st Covid-19 vaccine

The vaccine against coronavirus is ready and registered.
Vladimir Putin announced this today at the meeting in the Kremlin.
The effectiveness of the vaccine was tested by one of the President's daughters. According to Putin, on the first day after the vaccination, the temperature rose, but then her condition returned to normal and she got the antibodies in sufficient quantities for immunity from coronavirus.
Putin emphasized that vaccination will be voluntary. But he noted that there is no doubt about the safety and effectiveness of the vaccine.
At the same time, foreign pharmaceutical companies called on Russia not to release the vaccine so early. And here there is no medicine context, it seems that only business is important. Russia won the vaccine race and such a competitor in a profitable business is very uncomfortable. But when it comes to the health of millions of people, Russia has no intention of thinking about money. Vaccination for Russians will be free.
Russia has repeatedly saved the world with its vaccines - it was in Russia where vaccines against cholera, polio, diphtheria, whooping cough, measles and other dangerous diseases were invented.

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Moscow's Gamelei Center could enlist the world's first coronavirus antibody on August 12, Russia's appointee wellbeing clergyman has uncovered. Oleg Gridnev says clinical laborers and the older will be given need for vaccination. 

The senior minister at the office, Mikhail Murashko, reported a week ago that an across the country mass inoculation program is intended to start in October. Murashko included that all costs will be secured by the administration. 

"The enlistment of the immunization created at the Gamelei Center will occur on August 12," Gridnev told writers in Ufa on Friday morning, as refered to by RIA Novosti. "Presently the last stage, the third, is in progress. This is the trying part and is critical. We need to comprehend that the antibody itself must be protected." 

The Health Ministry, in an official proclamation, explained that "the records required for enlistment of the immunization created by the Gamelei Center, including information from clinical preliminaries, are under assessment. The issue of its enrollment will be chosen the consequences of the assessment." 

Clinical preliminaries of the recipe started at Moscow's Sechenov University on June 18. In an investigation including 38 volunteers, it passed security conventions. It was seen that each one of the individuals who partook created resistance to the contamination.

The speed with which Russia has managed to research and approve a formula has raised some eyebrows in the West, but Vadim Tarasov, a top scientist at Sechenov, said the country had a head start as it has spent the last 20 years developing skills in this field and trying to understand how viruses transmit.

Up to 70 million doses of the Covid-19 vaccine will be required for mass immunization of Russians against coronavirus, said Ginzburg. Along with the authorities, the country's health organizations are already planning a quick ramping-up of large-scale production in order to meet this demand.

Russian COVID-19 vaccine approval imminent, source saysFILE PHOTO: Kirill Dmitriev, chief executive of the Russian Direct Investment Fund

Kirill Dmitriev, the head of Russia’s sovereign wealth fund, which has bankrolled the research, last week compared the vaccine discovery process to the Space Race. “Americans were surprised when they heard Sputnik’s beeping, it’s the same with this vaccine. Russia will have got there first,” he told US TV. He previously noted that Russian experience in working on remedies for Ebola and MERS gave its scientists an advantage in responding to the current pandemic.

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