Moscow / The President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, announced on Tuesday that his country has become the first in the world to register a vaccine against the COVID-19 coronavirus. According to Putin, the vaccine has been tested by one of her daughters and “now it feels good.”
The EFE agency reports from Moscow that the head of the Kremlin announced the registration of the vaccine in a meeting with his Cabinet of ministers with these words:
“This morning a vaccine against the new coronavirus was registered for the first time in the world.”
According to Putin, the Russian vaccine is “effective”, has passed all the necessary tests and allows “stable immunity” to the disease.
“I hope that soon we can start mass production of this remedy,” the Russian president also added.
Putin told his ministers that vaccination will be voluntary, that is, for “those who so wish.”
Putin expressed his confidence that other countries could soon develop their vaccines against this disease.
“I hope that our colleagues abroad will also continue their work and in the market for drugs and vaccines there are more remedies that can be used,” he said.
Right now, Russia is the fourth country in the world by number of COVID-19 infections with 897,599 confirmed cases, including the almost 5,000 infections in the last 24 hours, hours before the proclamation that Russia has registered its own vaccine. (August 11, 2020, EFE / PracticaEspañol)
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