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Hungary approves Russian coronavirus vaccine Sputnik V

Hungary approves Atrazeneca, Russia’s Sputnik V Covid-19 vaccines in break with EU authorities

This was done despite the fact that the European Union has not yet authorized the use of "Satellite V" on its territory

Hungary becomes the first EU country to approve a Russian vaccine against coronavirus "Satellite V". Reported by Reuters.

The Hungarian pharmaceutical regulator has approved a Russian vaccine for emergency use. This was done despite the fact that the European Union has not yet authorized the use of "Satellite V" on its territory.

Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) confirms registration "Satellite V" in Hungary. RDIF press release says vaccine has been registered "under the fast track", based on data from clinical trials of the vaccine in Russia.

Also in Hungary approved the use of the vaccine company AstraZeneca.

A drug "Satellite V" developed by the Gamaleya Center. The vaccine was registered in Russia on August 11, thus becoming the first registered vaccine against a new type of coronavirus in the world. At the same time, by the time of registration, it had passed only two phases of clinical trials, that is, it was tested on several dozen people..

The drug has also been approved in Belarus, Serbia, Argentina, Bolivia, Algeria, Palestine, Venezuela, Paraguay and Turkmenistan..Hungary approves Russian coronavirus vaccine Sputnik V According to RDIF, the vaccine "Satellite V" one and a half million Russians have already been vaccinated. This assessment raises serious questions from experts, who note that they do not see traces of mass vaccinations. Vaccine creators "Satellite V" reported its efficacy was 91.4% based on data at the final checkpoint after 21 days after the volunteers received the first component of the drug.

Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are now approved in the European Union. In a number of countries, the public criticizes politicians for the slow, according to commentators, rates of vaccination – in the US and UK they are higher.

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