Global Health begins the final stage of the study of the Russian “Sputnik V” vaccine against Corona

Global Health begins the final stage of the study of the Russian “Sputnik V” vaccine against Corona
Global Health begins the final stage of the study of the Russian “Sputnik V” vaccine against Corona

The developers of the Russian “Sputnik V” vaccine against the Corona virus announced that the World Health Organization confirmed that its study had entered the final stage, noting that the committee of inspectors would visit Russia soon to prepare the documents.

And the vaccine account on Twitter said, Tuesday evening, in a brief statement: “The World Health Organization has confirmed that the pre-qualification of Sputnik V is in full swing and has entered its final stage.”

The statement continued: “A team of WHO inspectors is scheduled to visit Russia soon to complete work on all necessary examinations and documents for Sputnik V, one of the safest and most effective vaccines in the world.”

For his part, the director of the Russian Fund for Direct Investments, Kirill Dmitriev, expected that the vaccine would be approved by the World Health Organization within the next two months.

And in late September, the Russian Minister of Health, Mikhail Murashko, announced, after a meeting with the Director-General of the organization, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, that there were no major obstacles in the process of the World Health Organization making its decision about whether to allow the use of “Sputnik V” in emergency situations as it did With 6 other vaccines, he explained that the talk is about requirements for the documents necessary for registration.

The Russian “Sputnik V” represents the first registered vaccine in the world against the emerging corona virus that causes “Covid-19” infection, and clinical tests conducted in 3 stages have previously revealed that this vaccine is safe and its effectiveness exceeds 91% in preventing the disease, which was confirmed by the magazine. Lancet Medical Center, and has been registered so far in about 70 countries.

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Global Health begins final stage study Russian Sputnik vaccine Corona

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