Il n’est pas encore autorisé en Chine, mais va y être produit. Le vaccin russe Spoutnik V contre le Covid-19 va être fabriqué par la firme pharmaceutique chinoise Shenzhen Yuanxing Gene-tech, à hauteur de 60 millions de doses. C’est le Fonds souverain russe (RDIF), qui a financé son développement, qui en a fait l’annonce lundi 29 mars.
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The Vietnamese Ministry of Health has authorized the use of the Russian Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine in the country, official government information website announced on Friday.
It was reported that at the same time, the Ministry of Health has approved the use of the US vaccine Moderna in Vietnam. So far, the only vaccine approved by the Ministry of Health of Vietnam for use on the territory of the country was AstraZeneca.
The Malaysian authorities have entered the final stage of negotiations on the purchase of Russia’s Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine, the country’s Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin said in a televised address on Monday.
“The government is holding final negotiations with the Gamaleya Research Center,” he said. Russia’s Gamaleya National Research Center is the developer of Sputnik V vaccine.
According to the Malaysian Prime Minister, his country also plans to purchase vaccines produced by Chinese companies Sinovac Biotech and CanSino.
The Thai authorities are only looking at possible use of the Russian Sputnik V anti-coronavirus as they want to know long-term results of its use, director of Thailand’s National Vaccine Institute Dr. Nakorn Premsri said in an interview with TASS.