Sputnik V is World’s First Registered COVID-19 Vaccine Made by Russia

Russia has made the World’s first registered COVID-19 Vaccine named Sputnik V. Russian President Vladimir Putin revealed this good news during a live press conference on a state TV.

According to Officials, Moscow’s Gamaleya Institute & the Russian Direct Investment Fund have prepared this vaccine. Moreover, Vaccine has successfully passed the 2 clinical trials too.

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Effectiveness of Sputnik V Vaccine

Sputnik V Vaccine is basically a 2 Stage Injection, It fights against COVID-19 disease effectively. Not only that, it also builds a strong immune system to defend the disease at least for the next two years.

Putin confirmed its effectiveness and called the vaccine totally safe as it passed through all the trials successfully. Keep in Mind that, Medical Team also tested Sputnik V on Putin’s Daughter.

She was suffering from COVID-19 disease, while after taking the vaccine in two stages. Her condition is has shown pretty much improvements than before. We wish it works on others too.

Sputnik V Vaccine

While according to pharmaceutical companies like AstraZeneca Plc, Moderna Inc., BioNtech, and Pfizer. This vaccine may somehow be dangerous for human beings to take.

Moreover, the scientists from the West have demanded the further (Stage 3) clinical trial of this Vaccine. For further revealings, the WHO is also in touch with Russian Research Institutes.

Officials Statements

“Sputnik-I invigorated space exploration across the world. The first Coronavirus vaccine to be registered in the world created a so-called Sputnik moment for the global community. Based on this comparison, the vaccine was called Sputnik V.”

Russian Official Website

“This morning, Russia has registered the world’s first Coronavirus vaccine. As far as I know that it works quite effectively, it forms a stable immunity and, I repeat, has passed all the necessary checks.”

President Putin

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Uzair Khan Jadoon

The Author behind @maticstoday, working as a Digital Marketing Specialist in Codematics Inc. Writing tech-related stuff and delivering solid reviews is in his keen interest. In his free time, You will find Uzair playing video games & that's why most of the topics he writes are based on game-related stuff.

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