India gives go-ahead to domestic trial of Russia’s pioneering ‘Sputnik V’ Covid-19 vaccine

India’s vaccines regulator has given the green light for a clinical study of the Russia-developed Covid-19 vaccine. Similar trials of the formulation are underway in Russia itself and in some other nations. … Read More >India gives go-ahead to domestic trial of Russia’s pioneering ‘Sputnik V’ Covid-19 vaccine

SPUTNIK V VACCINE

Currently there are about 165 different vaccines for COVID-19 being developed around the world. The main types of vaccines include vector, inactivated, nucleic acid-based (DNA and mRNA) and recombinant protein-based vaccines. Russian adenovirus vector-based vaccine was registered by the Russian Ministry of Health on August 11 and became the first registered COVID-19 vaccine on the market. … Read More >SPUTNIK V VACCINE

I’ve been vaccinated with the Russian Sputnik-V coronavirus vaccine| In a Nutshell

Russia’s Sputnik-V vaccine against coronavirus has been heavily criticised in the West, but are their doubts justified? RT Documentary’s Konstantin Rozhkov gets down to the nitty gritty of the Russian vaccine and the global vaccine race, as he becomes a test subject in the Phase 3 trials of the Russian coronavirus vaccine. … Read More >I’ve been vaccinated with the Russian Sputnik-V coronavirus vaccine| In a Nutshell

Russia warns of harassment & provocation against journalists after US authorities question RT staffer over… Covid-19 vaccine shot?

Russian journalists are facing prejudice and routine harassment by American authorities, Russia’s embassy in Washington has warned, after US security services questioned an RT filmmaker for hours and combed through his devices. … Read More >Russia warns of harassment & provocation against journalists after US authorities question RT staffer over… Covid-19 vaccine shot?

Scientists in Crimea present potential Covid-19 vaccine inhaled through the nose, hoping to offer alternative to injected formulas

Virologists from Russia’s Crimean Federal University claim to have developed an alternative Covid-19 vaccine, using DNA, which can be inhaled through the nose. They are now want to launch trials, if they can secure funding. … Read More >Scientists in Crimea present potential Covid-19 vaccine inhaled through the nose, hoping to offer alternative to injected formulas

Two months after pioneering ‘Sputnik V’ launched, Putin announces registration of 2nd Russian Covid-19 vaccine, says 3rd on way

President Vladimir Putin announced on Wednesday that Russia has registered its second domestic Covid-19 vaccine, with a third already on the way. A phase-three trial, with 40,000 volunteers, is due to begin in the near future. … Read More >Two months after pioneering ‘Sputnik V’ launched, Putin announces registration of 2nd Russian Covid-19 vaccine, says 3rd on way

Johnson & Johnson pauses coronavirus vaccine study, citing ‘unexplained illness’ in volunteer

Johnson & Johnson has temporarily halted its coronavirus vaccine trial after a trial participant contracted an “unexplained illness,” the company said, though offered few additional details about the setback. … Read More >Johnson & Johnson pauses coronavirus vaccine study, citing ‘unexplained illness’ in volunteer

Wall Street tycoon tied to Jeffrey Epstein — what did he do? (Full show)

Financial behemoth Leon Black of Apollo Global Management is under fire for $75 million in questionable deals with infamous pedophile Jeffrey Epstein as well as socializing and dining frequently with Epstein at his New York townhouse and storied private island. … Read More >Wall Street tycoon tied to Jeffrey Epstein — what did he do? (Full show)

Let’s work together: Moscow offers to team up with West to fight Covid-19, despite constant attacks on Russian ‘Sputnik V’ vaccine

Instead of cooperating to defeat Covid-19, Western countries have criticized and attacked Russia’s vaccine as part of an ongoing effort to paint the country in a negative light, says the head of Moscow’s sovereign wealth fund. … Read More >Let’s work together: Moscow offers to team up with West to fight Covid-19, despite constant attacks on Russian ‘Sputnik V’ vaccine