Putin: Russia has successfully developed 'first' coronavirus vaccine

Putin: Russia has successfully developed 'first' coronavirus vaccine

 


A big announcement was made in Russia today by its President Vladimir Putin .

Russia has announced that it has developed the first vaccine offering "sustainable immunity" against the coronavirus or COVID-19.

"This morning, for the first time in the world, a vaccine against the new coronavirus was registered" in Russia, he said during a televised video conference call with government ministers.

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"One of my daughters had this vaccine. I think in this sense she took part in the experiment," Putin said.

Russia even before has announced that its been pushing very hard the development of the vaccine that will fight the novel coronavirus 2019 disease or more commonly known as COVID-19.

It has hoped that it can mass produced within weeks and turn out "several million" doses per month by next year.

The World Health Organization last week urged Russia to follow established guidelines and go "through all the stages" necessary to develop a safe vaccine. 

 

A good development for the PH

 

Recently President Rodrigo Roa Duterte has announced that it has accepted the offer of Russia to supply the Philippines with its coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) vaccines once mass production starts.

Maligayang-maligaya ako kasi ang Russia, kaibigan natin ito. Ang ano nila is magbigay sila ng bakuna. Wala naman silang sinasabi bayaran mo. Ito, tingin ko kay President [Vladimir] Putin tulong niya sa atin, libre (I am very happy because Russia is our friend. They’re going to give free vaccines. They didn’t say anything about paying for it. I think this is President Putin’s way of helping us, by giving it for free),” he said.

Duterte even volunteered to be the first person to be injected by the Russian made vaccine.

Pagdating ng bakuna, in public, para walang satsat diyan magpa-injection ako. Ako yung maunang maeksperimentuhan. Okay para sa akin (When the vaccine arrives i will have the public witness my vaccination so people won’t say anything, I’ll agree to be injected. I’ll be the first to be experimented on. It’s fine with me),” he said.

Para ipakita ko sa kanila na tiwala ako at hindi sila nagkamali mag-offer ako pagdating, yung doctor nila o doctor natin, ako ang unang magpabakuna (To show them that I trust them and they didn’t make the mistake of offering us a vaccine, I will be the first to be injected with the vaccine),” he said.

If the vaccine can be administered to him, Duterte said it could most likely be administered to everyone.

Tingnan natin kung puwede ba. Kung puwede sa akin, puwede sa lahat. Ngayon, kung hindi puwede sa akin, ‘yan nga yung problema (Let’s see if it’s recommended for me. If it’s okay for me, it’s recommended for everybody. Now, if it’s not recommended, that’s the problem),” he said.

 

 

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