The WHO Expressed Hope That They Will Soon Be Able To Recommend The Use Of A Vaccine Against COVID-19

The WHO Expressed Hope That They Will Soon Be Able To Recommend The Use Of A Vaccine Against COVID-19
The WHO Expressed Hope That They Will Soon Be Able To Recommend The Use Of A Vaccine Against COVID-19

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The World Health Organization hopes that it will soon be able to recommend the use of vaccines against COVID-19, which have been developed in Russia and other countries. This was stated by the WHO representative in Russia Melita Vujnovich, speaking at the Healthy Society forum. "WHO highly appreciates the efforts to create vaccines, and we expect that in the near future vaccines from the Russian Federation and other countries will undergo WHO studies and that on their basis there will be recommendations that it will finally be possible for people to be vaccinated in the near future," - quoted by Vujnovich TASS. The head of Rospotrebnadzor Anna Popova also spoke at the forum, who said that production of the second vaccine against the coronavirus "EpiVacCorona" had begun in Russia. Earlier, detailed information about the vaccine for the prevention of coronavirus was posted on the official website of Rospotrebnadzor. In a special section, the complete composition of the drug is indicated. The first coronavirus vaccine in Russia and in the world was registered in August this year. Today the drug, named "Sputnik V", is at the post-registration stage of testing. The second COVID-19 vaccine was registered on October 14. It was developed in the "Vector" center. The drug is safe for allergy sufferers and the elderly, as well as those with chronic diseases. The Vector Center also began developing a joint vaccine against COVID-19 and influenza. Earlier, the director of the Gamaleya center, Alexander Gintsburg, said that it is not dangerous to become pregnant after being vaccinated against coronavirus infection. At the same time, the specialist clarified that conception can be planned only after vaccination, and not in the period between the first and second vaccinations.

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