Russia Plans to Register World's First Coronavirus Vaccine By August

Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a meeting with health workers at the Novo Ogaryovo state residence outside Moscow on June 20

They say they will apply a vaccine to hundreds of people for immunization against the corona virus. Shattock said that "Due to a sudden decrease in cases of coronavirus in Britain, it has become hard to detect whether the vaccine will work".

Researchers at the Gamaleya Institute are now in the process of completing the paperwork and registering the vaccine before a campaign of mass immunisation can begin.

Shattock, who is leading vaccine research at Imperial, said that we are still studying it.

The source added that Russian health workers treating Covid-19 patients will be offered the chance of volunteering to be vaccinated soon after the vaccine receives the regulatory approval.

Russian Federation plans to approve a coronavirus vaccine for public use as soon as August 10 to August 12, according to a report.

Since COVID-19 infections have dropped dramatically in Britain, making it hard to determine whether or not the vaccine works, Shattock said he and his colleagues are also looking to test their vaccine elsewhere.

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"We are going very quickly".

The vaccine uses a common cold virus, called adenovirus serotype 26 (Ad26), to deliver the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein into host cells, where it stimulates the body to raise immune responses against the coronavirus.

Stoffels said prior tests of this type of vaccine in other diseases found that a second shot significantly increases protection.

The World Health Organization has said multiple vaccine approaches are necessary for COVID-19, noting that the usual success rate for vaccine development is about 10 per cent.

A total of 79 volunteers have so far been successfully administered the first dose of indigenous Covid-19 vaccine, Covaxin, at Pt Bhagwat Dayal Sharma Post Graduate Institute of Medical Science here under the first phase of its human clinical trial.

Chinese-made trial vaccines and those developed by Oxford University scientists in the United Kingdom also started smaller final-stage trials in Brazil and other countries hit hard by the pandemic earlier this month.

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