the race for the vaccine is accelerating

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="Les Russes sont-ils vraiment parvenus à mettre au point un premier vaccin contre le coronavirus ? C'est ce qu'assure le Kremlin. Le 11 août dernier, Vladimir Putin announced the approval by the Moscow Gamaleya Institute of the Sputnik V project. The Minister of Health, Mikhail Murashko, indicated on August 31 to the Tass agency, that more than 40,000 doses will be distributed by the end of September, primarily to nursing staff and Russian teachers. “Data -reactid = “23”> Have the Russians really succeeded in developing a first vaccine against the coronavirus? That’s what the Kremlin assures us. On August 11, Vladimir Putin announced the approval by the Moscow Gamaleya Institute of the Sputnik V project. The Minister of Health, Mikhail Murashko, indicated on August 31 to the Tass agency, that more than 40,000 doses will be distributed by the end of September, primarily to nursing staff and Russian teachers.

In the scientific community, information is greeted with skepticism. “Nowhere in the world can one imagine a national health agency accepting the registration of a vaccine for its use in humans at the end of an investigation which ended in phase 1. This does not exist. not ”, tackle Bruno Hoen, director of medical research at the Institut Pasteur.

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<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="Donald Trump did not want to leave the Russian announcement unanswered. On the last day of the Republican convention, August 27, he said that an American vaccine would be available very quickly. On September 3, his administration confirmed that it wanted to make “operational by 1isNovember 2020 ”, throughout the United States, distribution centers for a future vaccine. Without specifying which one. “Data-reactid =” 26 “>Donald Trump did not want to leave the Russian announcement unanswered. On the last day of the Republican convention, August 27, he said that an American vaccine would be available very quickly. On September 3, his administration confirmed that it wanted to make “operational by 1is November 2020 ”, throughout the United States, distribution centers for a future vaccine. Without specifying which one.

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