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WHO called promising 9 Russian samples of anti-COVID-19 vaccines

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WHO called promising 9 Russian samples of anti-COVID-19 vaccines


24.04.2020

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The World Health Organization (WHO) has included in the list of promising anti-COVID-19 vaccines nine Russian samples, the stopkoronavirus.ru website reports. Six of them were developed by specialists of the Vector State Scientific Center for Virology and Biotechnology, three more were created by other research organizations.

Russkiy Mir reported that last week, Russian scientists began preclinical trials of a vaccine against the new coronavirus infection. According to the Minister of Health, Mikhail Murashko, they have already obtained some encouraging results.

In addition, five drugs for the treatment of coronavirus are undergoing clinical trials. Mikhail Murashko specified that four drugs are undergoing state registration, according to the new procedure established by the government.

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