Covid-19: What Is Known About Russian Vaccine and Why Is It Challenged?

The Russians intend to start vaccinating the population as early as October.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Russia's President Vladimir Putin announced the development of a vaccine against Covid-19, which received regulatory approva less than two months after it began human trials. But is it safe?

The Russians intend to begin vaccinating the population as early as October, but the vaccine has not yet undergone all the mandatory tests to be approved by the World Health Organization (W.H.O.).

However, Putin even said that his daughter has already been immunized, according to a report published by BBC News.

But international scientists and researchers are concerned about how quickly Russia has . . .

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