Coronavirus Vaccine Sputnik V Sent to Regions of Russia
Vaccination studies started in Russia, the first country in the world where the coronavirus vaccine was registered. In the statement made by the Russian Ministry of Health, it was stated that the Sputnik V vaccine was sent to the regions of Russia.
For the first time in Russia, vaccination was registered in various parts of the world to stop the coronavirus epidemic, which killed more than 24 million people and killed more than 900 thousand people.
Russia registered a vaccine called Sputnik V in recent months and became the first country in the world to register a vaccine against COVID-19. Russia began work on vaccination Sputnik V. The Ministry of Health of Russia made a statement on vaccination in the regions of Russia.
Coronavirus vaccine Sputnik V sent to regions of Russia
According to the news in Sputnik, in the statement made by the ministry, “Within the scope of the pilot supply, a logistics chain will be established for the supply of the vaccine to the regions of Russia. The processes for the distribution of the Kovid-19 vaccine to the citizens in the high risk group and the organization of the vaccination will be determined.”
The Sputnik V vaccine, developed by N. F. Gamaleya National Research Center for Epidemiology and Microbiology, was first announced by Russian President Vladimir Putin on August 11.
On August 15, the Russian Ministry of Health announced that the vaccine against the coronavirus epidemic passed all the necessary tests and improved immunity to the virus. Also, Moscow Vice Mayor Anastasia Rakova said that 13 people who were vaccinated against coronavirus are monitoring their health with electronic bracelets.
Currently, vaccination is carried out in many countries, including Germany, the USA and China, against coronavirus around the world. Some of these vaccines are 3. Some of them have not yet undergone clinical trials.