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EpiVacCorona news

EpiVacCorona news
Follow RT to read articles on EpiVacCorona, including breaking news and the latest updates. EpiVacCorona is the second officially registered Russian vaccine against Covid-19, go to RT for more news and information on the coronavirus pandemic and the current statistics. Visit RT for actual news and information on EpiVacCorona. The vaccine was created in the State Research Center of Virology and Biotechnology VECTOR, also known as Vector Institute, in Russia’s Novosibirsk, turn to RT to learn how it was developed. The first vaccine against the novel coronavirus is Sputnik V – find out more about it on RT. Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that EpiVacCorona was registered on October 14 2020 – get more updates on RT. Follow RT for stories on anti-Covid-19 vaccines’ development, production, testing and more. Don’t miss news coverage and world authorities’ opinions on the EpiVacCorona vaccine on RT, as well as experts’ and analysts’ views.