Padma Bhagwan Charawande
In the Corona War, Russia has overtaken the rest of the world. The world's first corona virus vaccine has been approved. The announcement was made by Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday. He said that the first Covid-19 vaccine made in Russia has been approved by the Ministry of Health. Putin told his daughters that he had been vaccinated. A new vaccine against the new corona virus was reported in the world this morning. He thanked everyone who worked on the vaccine. This vaccine has passed all the important tests. The vaccine will now be sent for mass production. Russian President Vladimir Putin has given his daughter a dose of the vaccine. They are both in good health and have not suffered any side effects. According to Russian Health Minister Mikhail Murashko, vaccination of health workers will begin this month. In Russia, health workers will be the first to be vaccinated against coronavirus. After this the senior citizens will be given this vaccine.
Russia has said it will supply vaccines around the world, but many countries are still hesitant. The World Health Organization, along with Western countries, has also expressed concern. It would not be appropriate to supply vaccines without adequate data. The United Kingdom has made it clear that it will not give Russian vaccines to its citizens. In such cases, the vaccine may not be sent to other countries at an early stage. Other countries can decide what effect the vaccine has on Russia's general population. Researchers have vaccinated themselves. The vaccine was developed by the Gamleya Research Institute in Moscow on an adenovirus basis. The researchers claim that the particles used in this vaccine cannot replicate themselves. Many people involved in research and production have given themselves the dose of this vaccine. Some people develop a fever after a dose, but they are advised to use paracetamol.Russia's 'haste' to launch anti-vaccine vaccine in Russia did not sit well with the world. The vaccine will be given to citizens from this week, but there is opposition to it. The local association of multinational pharma companies has warned that allowing civilian use of the vaccine without completing clinical trials could be a dangerous move. In a letter to Health Minister Mikhail Murashko, the Clinical Trials Organization Association said that less than 100 people had been given the dose so far. Therefore, its use in large quantities can be dangerous.