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Coronavirus vaccine tested for reproductive toxicity

Coronavirus vaccine tested for reproductive toxicity
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The coronavirus vaccine was tested for reproductive toxicity. Rospotrebnadzor has found out how the drug EpiVacCorona affects reproductive health.

As the RIA News"According to preliminary data, the vaccine is safe for the reproductive sphere. Rospotrebnadzor said that in experiments on mice and rabbits with the introduction of the drug, no toxic effect on the structure of the gonads was found.

The full cycle of studies of the reproductive toxicity of the EpiVacCorona vaccine will be completed at the end of the year. Specialists will monitor the vaccinated volunteers for a long time to identify any potential deviations.

In mid-October, Russia registered the second coronavirus vaccine... The EpiVacCorona vaccine was developed by the Vector Center. Post-registration clinical trials of this vaccine will take place throughout Russia for 40 thousand volunteers, including citizens over the age of 60.

Registration of the first vaccine against coronavirus took place in Russia on August 11. The drug called "Sputnik V" was developed at the NF Gamaleya Research Center for Epidemiology and Microbiology. Soon, the third vaccine is to be registered; it was created in the center. Chumakov RAS.

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