Put an end to delays approving Russia’s Sputnik V jab – French expert

Nearly a year

A study showing the Russian-made jab’s efficacy against Omicron means regulators should speed up its registration, the top scientist says.

Nearly a year and a half ago, Russia made headlines when it registered the world’s first vaccine against coronavirus, the Moscow-made Sputnik V jab. However, despite being approved for use in more than 70 countries, it is yet to receive the green light from a number of major regulators, effectively barring it from use across much of the world.

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