Important decision of the Russian government for its own vaccine
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia has approached the World Health Organization (WHO) for approval of a coronavirus vaccine it has developed.
A request for approval of the Russian Sputnik V vaccine against the corona virus has been submitted to the World Health Organization (WHO), according to an organization document obtained by a foreign news agency.
According to sources, the final date for confirmation of registration of this vaccine has not been known yet, according to the document, WHO intends to approve more vaccines from manufacturers in several countries in the coming weeks or months.
In addition, according to a foreign news agency, a vaccine developed by South Korea’s SK Bioscience has been approved, which is expected to be registered in the last week of February.
It should be noted that according to the World Health Organization, efforts are currently underway in more than 100 places around the world to develop a successful vaccine against the corona virus, four of which are in the final stages of testing for human use.
According to a previous report by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), medical experts and the media in the United States and Europe have questioned Russia’s claims of developing the corona vaccine.