Covid-19: Russia is going to vaccinate more than 4 lakh military personnel against Kovid-19. A campaign has been started in this regard. Russia’s Defense Minister Sergey Shuego said on Friday that under it, 4 lakh soldiers will be given vaccine doses. Amid the increase in infection, officials said that 27 thousand 543 new cases of corona virus were registered.
Russia to install 4 lakh military personnel Kovid-19 vaccine
Sergai Shuego said that 2,500 military personnel have already been vaccinated against Kovid-19 and the number is expected to reach 80 thousand by the end of the year. Russia is developing several vaccines against Kovid-19 in addition to Sputnik-V. Indian pharma company Hetero will produce 100 million doses of Sputnik-V Kovid-19 vaccine in Russia annually under agreement. Vector Institute of Siberia is also developing the second Kovid-19 vaccine. He named the vaccine Epivaccorona.
Russia preparing second Kovid-19 vaccine after Sputnik-V
The Vector Institute has said that immunity will not last a lifetime and vaccination will be required in 6-10 months after the first two doses and then once every three years. Russia, quoting from its Sputnik-V, claimed that vaccine 95 proved to be effective in the initial data. The makers of Sputnik-V say that their vaccine is easier to store than other vaccines, and one dose of the vaccine costs $ 10. He claimed to be the cheapest in the global race for vaccine preparation. The Sputnik-V vaccine became the world’s first vaccine to be registered in August. His third phase human trials continue at 40 thousand volantiers.
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