Russia has expressed its willingness to supply medicines against "Covid-19" and its diagnostic equipment and vaccine against it to the global pharmaceutical market.

This was announced by the Russian Health Minister, Mikhail Murashko, at the "Global Global Goal, Uniting for the Future" summit.

The Minister pointed out that since the early days of the spread of the Corona virus, Russia has provided support to European countries, America and Asia, as well as to international institutions, including the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, the Eurasian Economic Union and the World Health Organization.

"Taking into account the risk of a second wave of the epidemic in the world, Russia is ready to supply to other countries anti-virus drugs, diagnostics and the Russian vaccine," he added.

It is reported that Russian doctors vaccinated two teams of volunteers in the process of testing the new vaccine. The Russian Ministry of Defense, whose members make up the lion's share of volunteers, had previously reported that participants in the vaccine test had no negative reactions to the vaccine.

As for the head of the Genetic Engineering Laboratory, Pavel Voltskov, he explained that vaccine tests usually go through 3 stages and take a long time. But the conditions of the spread of the epidemic forced Russian scientists to reduce the period of testing for the vaccine.

Source: Komsomolskaya Pravda

By:Nadeemy Haded

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