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Russia announces coronavirus vaccine passes first phase of testing

FMBA employees work hard to ensure that the country receives tests and medications against coronavirus in the shortest possible time

Televisa Newscasts SOURCE: notimex FROM: CDMX, México

Health authorities of Russia announced today that the vaccine against the coronavirus COVID – 19 passed the first phase of testing and this could be ready within 11 months.

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According to the director of the Federal Biological Medical Agency (FMBA) , Veronika Skvortsova , He announced that he expects more government support to accelerate the process of creating the retroviral against the coronavirus.

In addition, it reported that two centers of the FMBA are working on medications to treat the symptoms of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus.

“This is the Scientific Center for Immunology in Moscow and the Scientific Center for High Purity Medicines in St. Petersburg,” said Skvortsova.

He indicated that FMBA employees work hard so that the country receives tests and medications against coronavirus in the shortest possible time.

On the other hand, Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin had previously announced that the Federal Biological Medical Agency was engaged in the development of various prototypes of drugs against coronavirus.

With information from Notimex

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