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Sputnik V is produced by the Gamalaya Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology of Russia in association with RDIF.
- Kirill Mitrev, CEO of the Russian Direct Investment Fund, gave information
- Large demand for vaccine from other parts of the world including Asia, Latin America
Russia has stated that it intends to produce the Kovid-19 vaccine 'Sputnik V' in partnership with India. The CEO of the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) gave the information on Thursday.
Sputnik V is produced by the Gamalaya Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology of Russia in association with RDIF. Phase-3 or large-scale clinical trials of this vaccine have not been performed.
Kirill said during an online press briefing that several countries in Latin America, Asia and Central Asia have shown interest in the production of the vaccine. He said, “Vaccine production is a very important matter. At present, we want to have a partnership with India. We are confident that they are capable of producing the vaccine, this will meet the demand that we have right now.” . “
Will be produced in more than five countries
Kirill said, “We are going to do clinical trials not only in Russia but also in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Brazil and India. We plan to produce the vaccine in more than five countries. We have Asia, Latin America , There is a lot of demand from Italy and other parts of the world. “
Russian vaccine is in dispute
Russia's vaccine is also in dispute. It was not shared with the Scientific Journal or WHO. The WHO has said that Russia has not followed the guidelines to make the vaccine. There have been allegations of not completing all the necessary trials related to the vaccine. All its trials have been completed in just 42 days. Also, many side effects of this vaccine have also been revealed. According to the documents, 144 types of side effects have been seen in 38 volunteers.
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