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Articles with tag "Sputnik V"
Brazil to Cancel Orders for Russia’s Sputnik V Vaccine – Reuters
Brazil would be the second Latin American country to cancel its Sputnik V order after Guatemala did so this week.
Libya to Probe Delayed Sputnik V Deliveries – Reports
The country is waiting for 500,000 second doses.
Kenya’s Failed Sputnik V Deal Used Emirati Resale Scheme
Documents obtained by The Moscow Times show a failed agreement used the same controversial resale deal linked to a royal middleman in the UAE.
EU Approval of Russia’s Sputnik V Vaccine Faces More Delays Over 'Incomplete' Data – Reuters
The vaccine's developers are “not used to working with a regulatory agency like the EMA,” a source close to the EU regulator said.
Russia Says India Will Produce 300M Sputnik V Doses Each Year
The CEO of Russia's sovereign wealth fund described the deal as "a major step" that would increase Sputnik V production capabilities.
Russia’s Sputnik V Produces Weaker Response Against Delta, Other Variants – Developers’ Study
Peer-reviewed study shows the jab produces a weaker virus-neutralizing response than against the original coronavirus strain.
A Royal Mark Up: How an Emirati Sheikh Resells Millions of Russian Vaccines to the Developing World
The Moscow Times investigated a deal between Russia and a minor Dubai royal to supply poor countries with Sputnik V — at high prices.
lifting the veil
Putin Reveals He Took Russia’s Sputnik V Coronavirus Vaccine
The Kremlin previously said it would keep the name of the Russian-made vaccine that Putin received this spring a “secret.”
supply and demand
Guatemala Seeks Refund from Russia Over Delayed Vaccine Doses – Reports
The Latin American country has only received 150,000 Sputnik V doses out of the 8 million it purchased.
Demand Finally Outstrips Supply in Russia’s Vaccination Race
As mandatory vaccination programs kick-start a sluggish jab campaign, the country’s regions are facing shortages.
WHO Finds Production Infringements at Sputnik V Manufacturer
The World Health Organization (WHO) has outlined a series of concerns following inspections of Sputnik V manufacturing sites in Russia.
Argentina, Mexico Face Second-Dose Shortages of Russia’s Sputnik V Vaccine – Reports
Argentina is reportedly in “intense talks” with Russia as first-dose Sputnik V recipients have had to wait up to 12 weeks for the second shot.
Russia’s Sputnik V Vaccine Maker Promises Delta Variant Boosters to Rivals
Russian authorities have claimed that Sputnik V is effective against the more-contagious variant first identified in India.
JABS FOR JOBS
Russia's Unprecedented Mandatory Vaccination Push Divides Society
Russian officials are desperate to get citizens vaccinated in a nation that distrusts vaccines.
EU Delays Russia’s Sputnik V Covid Vaccine Approval – Reuters
The delay shrinks Sputnik V's prospects as part of the EU’s pandemic response.
News From Russia: What You Missed on the Weekend
Moscow extends public holidays while Mayor Sergei Sobyanin promises a chance to win cars and a three-bedroom apartment for vaccinated Russians.
Majority of Europeans Don’t Trust Russia’s Coronavirus Vaccines – Poll
Only 7% of Europeans fully trust Russian-developed coronavirus vaccines, a study by the European Council on Foreign Relations said.
Brazil Greenlights Russia’s Sputnik V Vaccine in U-Turn
Brazil's health regulator previously banned imports of the jab, saying Russia sent batches containing a live cold-causing virus.
WHO, Europe Medicines Agency Finishing Sputnik V Review – Reports
WHO's regional director told Russian media that “there are definitely grounds for optimism” regarding Sputnik V’s approval in Europe.
Moscow’s Coronavirus Vaccination Rate Lower Than Any Other European City, Mayor Says
“People are still dying, yet don't want to get vaccinated,” Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said.
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