Russia offers PH, Covid-19 for import or production here in the country

Russia offers PH, Covid-19 for import or production here in the country


After Japan, Russia has also made it public in helping the Philippines.

Russian Ambassador Igor Khovaev said Friday in a virtual press briefing, that Russia can supply the Philippines of the vaccine against the coronavirus or it can be produced in the country.

The Russian Ambassador explains that Russia is ready to share the vaccine developed by its health ministry to the Philippines or other countries to strengthen relations with international partners.

Russian President Vladimir Putin shakes hands with Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte during their meeting at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia 0n 2017

By next week it is expected that the vaccine will get the regulatory approval. It will be followed by mass production and immunization of Russian citizens for free, he added.

Meanwhile, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) welcomed Russia’s offer and willingness to help the Philippines fight COVID-19.


Japan’s Avigan


The other day announced that it has already gave the anti-viral medicine Avigan, whose generic name is favipiravir to the Philippines Department of Health (DOH) which is allotted for 100 patients who are part of the Avigan clinical trial.

"Japan hopes that this ongoing cooperation with the Philippines would further contribute to the advancement of clinical research to contain the Covid-19 pandemic," the Japanese embassy in Manila said in a statement.



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