Experts and world leaders continue to have conflicting opinions on Russia’s pioneering Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine, as the country moves closer to delivering a mass immunization program at home and exporting it abroad.
Speaking to Canadian broadcaster CBC, Ian Jones, a professor of virology at the University of Reading in the UK, said the outlook for the jab was positive. “I see no reason to doubt it,” he said in remarks published on Saturday. “The initial results caused consternation, but I don’t think it’s because they weren’t valid. They were released a bit soon… I think it’s going to be a useful vaccine.”
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