Coronavirus vaccine trials completed: Russian Federation

Here's what Fauci thinks about the latest vaccine trial

Russia likely to approve world's first COVID-19 vaccine by mid-August, starts human trial of second vaccine too

The joint advisory said coronavirus research was targeted as the first country to develop a vaccine will undoubtedly achieve huge diplomatic and geo-political influence.

The drugmaker said it had started early-stage human trials in the United States and Belgium and would test its vaccine candidate in over 1,000 healthy adults aged 18 to 55 years, as well as adults aged 65 years and older.

The largest coronavirus vaccine study in the world commenced recently in the U.S., with the first of 30,000 participants getting inoculated with a vaccine developed through the joint effort of pharmaceutials company Moderna and the U.S. National Institutes of Health.

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"This vaccine led to robust protection against SARS-CoV-2 in rhesus macaques and is now being evaluated in humans", said Barouch, who is Director of BIDMC's Center for Virology and Vaccine Research.

The source added that Russian health workers treating Covid-19 patients will be offered the chance of volunteering to be vaccinated soon after the vaccine receives the regulatory approval.

"We plan wider vaccinations for October" after outlining his plan to give the vaccine to teachers and doctors first. They started the process after witnessing the absence of any serious safety issue during a small vaccine trail.

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"We are going very quickly".

The Russian vaccine based on adenovirus vectors, developed by military and government scientists, is in Phase II trials with plans to start the next and final phase after August 3. This, in turn, should trigger an immune response so the body can fight off the infection. Once delivered to the body, the vaccine instructs the cells of the body to replicate the spiky protein found on the coronavirus.

Murashko also said that the health ministry expects at least two requests to begin clinical trials in the coming two months.

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That has not stopped Russian officials from heralding their claims, telling CNN they are aiming for August 10 or earlier, and frontline workers will get the first doses. At least four are in final Phase III human trials, according to World Health Organization data, including three developed in China and another in Britain.

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