Russia becomes the first to register Covid-19 vaccine

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Moscow, Russia — The President of Russia has confirmed that the Covid-19 vaccine made by Russia has been registered.

President Vladimir Putin that the vaccine developed in the country has been registered for use and one of his daughters has already been inoculated.

At a government meeting held on Tuesday, Putin disclosed that the vaccine offers a lasting immunity from the virus according to the tests done, proving that the virus is indeed efficient.

Putin emphasized that the vaccine underwent the necessary tests adding that he has inoculated one of his two daughters and she is feeling well after the shot.

The Russian authorities informed that the first to be inoculated will be the medical workers, teachers, and other risk groups.

Russia is the first country to register a Covid-19 vaccine. However, many scientists in the country and abroad are skeptical while questioning the decision to register the vaccine before Phase 3 trials that are normally supposed to last for months and is supposed to involve thousands of people.