20 countries have applied to order the first new crown vaccine “satellite-v” registered in Russia

According to a comprehensive report on August 12, Russian President Vladimir Putin disclosed on August 11 that Russia had registered the world’s first new coronavirus vaccine on August 11. Russia’s sovereign wealth fund said it had received requests from 20 countries to buy the new vaccine. < / P > < p > according to Russian news agency, the vaccine has been named “satellite-v”. According to the national drug registration network of Russia, the time when the vaccine officially entered the field of civil circulation was January 1, 2021. < / P > < p > Putin pointed out that this vaccine is very effective, can form stable immunity, and has passed all tests. The vaccine should be mass-produced in the shortest possible time. Vaccination should be voluntary. Putin also mentioned that one of his daughters has been vaccinated against the new coronavirus. < p > < p > Russian Deputy Prime Minister gorikova said that he hoped that the vaccine would appear from the end of August to September, and that the first vaccinations would be given to medical staff. Previously, Russian health minister murashko said that after the successful development of new crown vaccine, free vaccination will be given to the Russian people. < / P > < p > according to the website of the Russian Ministry of health, the vaccine was developed by the National Research Center for epidemiology and microbiology of gamaliya. It is a human adenovirus vector vaccine. It has passed a variety of animal tests and clinical tests of two groups of volunteers with 38 people in each group. < / P > < p > according to the introduction, the vaccine does not contain new coronavirus components, and long-term immunity can be formed through two vaccinations. According to the experience of using vector vaccine, the immunity can last as long as 2 years. Russia’s sovereign wealth fund said it has received requests from more than 20 countries to buy Russia’s new crown vaccine, which is expected to start mass production in September and will produce more than 500 million doses a year, Russia reported today. A spokesman for the World Health Organization said on the 11th that the WHO and Russian health authorities are currently discussing the possible who prequalification procedure for the newly approved coronavirus vaccine. < / P > < p > A who spokesman said at an online news conference in Geneva: “we are in close contact with the Russian health authorities and discussions on who’s prequalification of vaccines are ongoing, but prequalification of any vaccine includes a rigorous review and evaluation of all necessary safety and efficacy data.”