Russia has become the first nation to complete clinical trials of COVID-19 vaccine on humans

Russian COVID Vaccination – Russia has come to be the first state to efficiently complete the human trials of the COVID vaccine. Russia’s COVID vaccine has confirmed to be effective, as per the outcomes of the trials.


The Chief Researcher Elena Smolyarchuk has been informed on 12th July 2020, that the human trials of Russia’s COVID vaccine have been done and also the volunteers would be discharged soon very well. Smolyarchuk is the head of the Center for the Clinical Research on the Medications at Russia’s Sechenov University.


Smolyarchuk proved that the research has been done and it proved that the vaccine was safe. The first group of volunteers is predicted to be discharged on July 15, while the 2nd group will be discharged on July 20.
The second vaccine trial was clearly carried out at Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University very well. In the first stage of trials at Sechenov University, the first group involved around 18 volunteers, and the second group involved around 20 volunteers as well.

Russia’s COVID vaccine be available in markets- Despite the successful human trials of the COVID vaccine, there is no official confirmation on when Russia’s vaccine will enter the commercial production stage and be available for local people.

According to the World Health Organisation, there are at least 21 vaccines that are undergoing human trials throughout the world. India has additionally begun medical trials of its two viable vaccine candidates- Bharat Biotech and ICMR’s COVAXIN and Zydus Cadila’s ZyCov-D. The registrations for the human trials of the Indian vaccines started on July 7.

Russia stands fourth in the world in terms of whole tested coronavirus cases with 7,27,162 COVID-19 cases which include 5,01,061 recoveries and 11,335 deaths, as of July 13, 2020.

Also Read: Classroom of the elite session 2- Release, cast, trailer, plot and everything fans need to know about the Series