This Friday, the vaccination with the Russian immunizer began Sputnik V on India. This was announced in a statement by the Russian sovereign fund (RDIF), which financed part of the development of the vaccine against him coronavirus and negotiates production agreements abroad.
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“Sputnik V became the first foreign vaccine used in India”Said the RDIF, stressing that the first injections were given in Hyderabad (center), after the first batch of vaccines entered the Asian country on May 1, 2021. A second shipment will arrive at India “at the end of the week”.
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India it is suffering from a devastating epidemic explosion and several states across the country are suffering from vaccine shortages.
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The Russian fund recalls that the immunizing Sputnik V was approved for emergency use in India 12th April.
India it will also be “the main production center of Sputnik V”Indicated the RDIF, which recalled having signed production agreements with large Indian pharmaceutical groups to produce more than 850 million doses per year in the future.
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According to the RDIF, the Russian vaccine is already licensed in 65 countries, and covers about 3.2 billion people.
The Sputnik V vaccine was initially greeted with skepticism abroad but its reliability was confirmed in February by the scientific journal. The Lancet.
Your request for approval is currently being examined by the European Medicines Agency (EMA).
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