Serbia Gets First Batch of Russia’s Sputnik V for Vaccinating Citizens Against COVID-19

BELGRADE (Sputnik) – Belgrade acquired on Wednesday the primary batch of Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine for immunization of Serbian residents, it was delivered to the Torlak virology institute, which was broadcast by state information company Tanjug.

The batch is anticipated to consist of 5,000 doses of the vaccine.

Early in December, Serbia acquired the primary 20 doses of the Russian vaccine for laboratory trials. The Serbian authorities and the Russian embassy mentioned the nation anticipated to obtain the primary Sputnik V batch for vaccination by the top of the yr. 

Russia registered the world’s first coronavirus vaccine, Sputnik V, on 11 August. It is 91.4% efficient, the newest trial outcomes launched by Russian builders earlier this month present. According to researchers, Sputnik V is succesful of increase immunity for greater than two years.


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