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Golikova announced the date of registration of a new Russian vaccine against COVID

Golikova announced the date of registration of a new Russian vaccine against COVID
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Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova announced the date of registration of a new Russian vaccine against coronavirus. The Chumakov Center is preparing on January 19 to submit to the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation a package of documents to start the registration process for the drug.

Golikova spoke about this at today's briefing in the Russian government. She clarified that the registration of the third Russian vaccine may be completed on February 16. She said that the CoviVac vaccine is administered twice with an interval of 14 days. Clinical studies have confirmed its safety and low reactogenicity.

The release into civil circulation of the first batches of the vaccine "CoviVac" is planned in the second half of March. Transportation and storage temperatures range from +2 to +8 degrees.

In Russia, from January 18, began mass vaccination from the coronavirus. Anyone can get vaccinated free of charge and voluntarily.

 

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