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    Post  owais.usmani Thu Feb 04, 2021 5:50 am

    Now I am waiting for US to announce sanctions on countries who use Sputnik V vaccine. Laughing
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    Post  kvs Thu Feb 04, 2021 5:55 am

    owais.usmani wrote:Now I am waiting for US to announce sanctions on countries who use Sputnik V vaccine. Laughing

    That is not a joke. They already imposed sanctions on the makers of Sputnik V. Because novichoke. Tasvo Lion the troll-tard
    thinks that US Congress chimps are the cream of human intellect who manage to create reality through the force of their wills.

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    Post  flamming_python Thu Feb 04, 2021 6:07 am

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    Now Macron is willing to fly Sputnik as well, like like diseases​ don't care about "democracy" Cool

    France Says It’s Open to Russian Vaccine, Regardless of Politics

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-02-03/france-says-it-s-open-to-russian-vaccine-regardless-of-politics

    France insisted that geopolitics isn’t a factor when it comes to making decisions about sourcing life-saving coronavirus vaccines.

    During a press briefing on Wednesday, an official in Emmanuel Macron’s office, who asked not to be named in line with protocol, said the French president and Chancellor Angela Merkel were aligned in welcoming any inoculations that meet European Union standards, and that geopolitics plays no role.

    The comment came in answer to a question about whether Macron would consider purchasing Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine, which Merkel has said she’s ready to consider using in Germany. At the same time, the French official noted that the Russian vaccine hadn’t yet been approved by bloc.......


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    Post  Hole Thu Feb 04, 2021 11:37 am

    Can Macron get side-effects, please? Twisted Evil

    Western MSM still calls Sputnik "disputed". They didn´t get the memo yet.

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    Post  George1 Thu Feb 04, 2021 8:32 pm

    First batch of Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine arrives in Tehran

    https://tass.com/economy/1252721

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    Post  George1 Sat Feb 06, 2021 2:21 pm

    Myanmar registers Russia’s Sputnik V COVID-19 vaccine

    Myanmar becomes the 21st country to register the vaccine

    MOSCOW, February 6. /TASS/. The Russian coronavirus vaccine Sputnik V has been registered in Myanmar, according to the Twitter account of Sputnik V.

    "Myanmar becomes the 21st country to register Sputnik V," the tweet says.

    https://tass.com/world/1253415

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    Post  owais.usmani Sun Feb 07, 2021 12:44 pm

    https://www.msn.com/en-xl/europe/top-stories/putin-s-once-scorned-vaccine-now-favorite-in-pandemic-fight/ar-BB1dsAdL

    (Bloomberg) --President Vladimir Putin’s announcement in August that Russia had cleared the world’s first Covid-19 vaccine for use before it even completed safety trials sparked skepticism worldwide. Now he may reap diplomatic dividends as Russia basks in arguably its biggest scientific breakthrough since the Soviet era.

    Countries are lining up for supplies of Sputnik V after peer-reviewed results published in The Lancet medical journal this week showed the Russian vaccine protects against the deadly virus about as well as U.S. and European shots, and far more effectively than Chinese rivals.

    At least 20 countries have approved the inoculation for use, including European Union member-state Hungary, while key markets such as Brazil and India are close to authorizing it. Now Russia is setting its sights on the prized EU market as the bloc struggles with its vaccination program amid supply shortages.

    In the global battle to defeat a pandemic that’s claimed 2.3 million lives in little more than a year, the race to obtain vaccines has assumed geopolitical significance as governments seek to emerge from the huge social and economic damage caused by lockdowns imposed to limit the spread of the virus. That’s giving Russia an edge as one of a handful of countries where scientists have produced an effective defense.

    Its decision to name Sputnik V after the world’s first satellite whose 1957 launch gave the Soviet Union a stunning triumph against the U.S. to start the space race only underlined the scale of the significance Moscow attached to the achievement. Results from the late-stage trials of 20,000 participants reviewed in The Lancet showed that the vaccine has a 91.6% success rate.

    “This is a watershed moment for us,” Kirill Dmitriev, chief executive officer of the state-run Russian Direct Investment Fund, which backed Sputnik V’s development and is in charge of its international roll-out, said in an interview.

    While it’s too early to gauge the political gains for Putin, Russia’s already making much of the soft-power impact of the vaccine on its image after years of international condemnation over election meddling and targeting of political opponents at home and abroad. State television reports extensively on deliveries to other nations.

    Sputnik’s success won’t change hostility toward Putin among Western governments, though it could strengthen Russia’s geopolitical clout in regions such as Latin America, according to Oksana Antonenko, a director at Control Risks consultancy.

    “With this vaccine, it’s proven itself capable of producing something new that’s in demand around the world,” she said.

    Production constraints are the biggest challenge facing all manufacturers as global demand far outpaces supply. Russia, pledging free shots for its 146 million population, began output last year and the vaccine is currently being manufactured in countries including India, South Korea and Brazil.

    This week, it emerged a close ally of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan signed an agreement to produce Sputnik V in Turkey, even as the nation has deals to buy 50 million doses of China’s Sinovac Biotech Ltd.’s CoronaVac vaccine and 4.5 million doses of the Pfizer Inc.-BioNTech SE shot.

    Despite Russia’s success, domestic demand remains lukewarm so far, driven by public suspicion of the authorities. Putin, 68, fueled the skepticism in December when he said he was waiting to get the inoculation until it had been cleared for people his age.

    He still hasn’t said whether he’s been vaccinated, but other nations aren’t waiting to find out. The day after announcing he’d contracted Covid-19, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said Jan. 25 he’d thanked a “genuinely affectionate” Putin for pledging 24 million doses of Sputnik V in the coming two months. Three days later, Bolivian President Luis Arce personally took delivery of a batch at La Paz airport.

    Latin America is proving fertile territory. Argentina, which has struggled to obtain vaccine supplies, started its mass inoculation program after taking delivery of more than half a million Sputnik V doses by January. It’s been joined by Nicaragua, Paraguay and Venezuela. In Brazil, the region’s biggest market, a decision announced Feb. 3 to scrap the requirement for phase three trials for emergency use may speed up approval.

    Guinea became the first African nation to start dispensing Sputnik V in December with Moscow-friendly President Alpha Conde and several ministers taking the vaccine. It expects to get 1.6 million doses this year and is also in talks on acquiring Chinese vaccines, along with AstraZeneca Plc’s shot. Zimbabwe, the Central African Republic and Ivory Coast are among other potential customers for Russia.


    “We’re not in a position where we can say no to any vaccine. We’ve opted for the Pfizer vaccine, but we’re looking at other vaccines as well,” said Professor Joseph Benie, head of the National Institute of Public Hygiene in Abidjan, Ivory Coast. “There’s an urgency now to start inoculating.”

    Unlike the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine, Sputnik V can be stored in a fridge rather than a freezer, making it easier to transport and distribute in poorer and hotter countries. At around $20 for a two-shot vaccination, it’s also cheaper than most Western alternatives. While more expensive than AstraZeneca, the Russian inoculation has shown higher efficacy than the U.K. vaccine.

    For some nations such as Iran, which received the first batch of a promised 2 million doses this week, Russia offers a more palatable political alternative than Western suppliers. But Russia is also making inroads into countries such as the United Arab Emirates, which is traditionally close to the U.S. and has approved Sputnik V for use.

    China, whose inoculations are as low as 50% effective in the case of Sinovac Biotech, retains a lead in Asia. Only a handful of countries have opted for Sputnik V, including the Philippines, which is in talks for 25 million doses.

    Chinese developers may now team up with Russia. The RDIF struck a preliminary deal to test a combined regimen of shots from Sputnik V and China’s CanSino Biologics to boost effectiveness against Covid-19, people with knowledge of the matter said Friday.

    In what could represent the Kremlin’s biggest potential breakthrough, Russia has asked European regulators to examine a request for authorization of Sputnik V after Germany promised to help expedite the process. With top EU officials still smarting over a sluggish vaccine roll-out, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Tuesday the Russian shot could be used to protect people in the 27-member bloc as long as it was approved by the European Medicines Agency.

    Hungary has already granted emergency approval, signing a deal for 2 million doses of Sputnik V with the first 40,000 shots delivered Tuesday. “The vaccine cannot be a political question,” Prime Minister Viktor Orban told state radio Jan. 29. “One can only choose between western and eastern vaccines when you have enough.”


    European approval may take several months because of the need to submit detailed data, The Lancet’s Editor-in-Chief Richard Horton told Bloomberg’s QuickTake. “I do think this Russian vaccine will come on tap,” but “not quickly,” he said.

    While Russia says it expects the vaccine to be available to 700 million people this year, it’s facing production bottlenecks. “We have to be realistic. Given our other commitments, we will not be able to supply to Europe before May, other than Hungary,” said RDIF’s Dmitriev.

    Still, the vaccine is paying dividends for Putin. Even as he visited Moscow Friday to confront Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov over the imprisonment of opposition leader Alexey Navalny, EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell took time to congratulate Russia on developing Sputnik V.

    “It’s good news for the whole mankind,” Borrell said. “It means that we are going to have more tools to face the pandemic.”

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    Post  kvs Sun Feb 07, 2021 3:14 pm

    Gotta love the bloody revisionism from these fake stream media turds. Bloomberg and its media propaganda orifice pals were
    the only ones "scorning" Sputnik. Now this turd makes it sound like it was anyone but the fake stream media. I did not
    see any evidence of "scorning" form professionals and people who were not parroting the fake stream media narratives.

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    Post  calripson Sun Feb 07, 2021 8:17 pm

    So what does that tw*t Svetlana Zavidova have to say now?

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    Post  magnumcromagnon Sun Feb 07, 2021 8:31 pm

    calripson wrote:So what does that tw*t Svetlana Zavidova have to say now?

    She basically ruined here career for nothing clown Razz, her credibility was destroyed in Russia and it's unlikely she'll have any leading positions in any Biotech company. pwnd  I hope the bribe money was worth it....but I'm sure she'll be able to open a very small time private practice clinic in Canada or something, I hope she brushed up on her English. Embarassed

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    Post  kvs Sun Feb 07, 2021 11:57 pm

    magnumcromagnon wrote:
    calripson wrote:So what does that tw*t Svetlana Zavidova have to say now?

    She basically ruined here career for nothing clown Razz, her credibility was destroyed in Russia and it's unlikely she'll have any leading positions in any Biotech company. pwnd  I hope the bribe money was worth it....but I'm sure she'll be able to open a very small time private practice clinic in Canada or something, I hope she brushed up on her English. Embarassed

    She should brush up on her pidgin and hand movement communication skills.

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    Post  PapaDragon Mon Feb 08, 2021 2:42 am

    calripson wrote:So what does that tw*t Svetlana Zavidova have to say now?

    I'm out of the loop, can someone give me a recap on this?
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    Post  calripson Mon Feb 08, 2021 3:50 am

    calripson wrote:This clearly bias article by Jon Cohen attempts to discredit the development of a Russian covid 19 vaccine. What I do not understand is the context of efficacy being based on 20 versus 94 corona cases. Are they saying that the number of exposed people in the control group is too small to draw a conclusion? Svetlana Zavidova rears her ugly head again in the article - still shilling for the Western pharmaceutical company dollars.



    https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2020/11/russia-s-claim-successful-covid-19-vaccine-doesn-t-pass-smell-test-critics-say
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    Post  kvs Mon Feb 08, 2021 2:24 pm

    calripson wrote:
    calripson wrote:This clearly bias article by Jon Cohen attempts to discredit the development of a Russian covid 19 vaccine. What I do not understand is the context of efficacy being based on 20 versus 94 corona cases. Are they saying that the number of exposed people in the control group is too small to draw a conclusion? Svetlana Zavidova rears her ugly head again in the article - still shilling for the Western pharmaceutical company dollars.



    https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2020/11/russia-s-claim-successful-covid-19-vaccine-doesn-t-pass-smell-test-critics-say

    Ah this BS. The Phase I and II study in the Lancet that came out a few months ago clearly has no "20" cases in it. It has close to 100
    which is actually the norm for Phase I and II studies. Phase III studies use thousands of volunteers, and this study has been
    published in the Lancet recently. The timeline for the Russian Phase I, II and III trials and their publication in the Lancet is very normal.
    It is not too fast by any measure.

    Funny name "Zavidova". It means jealous female in Russian. The Russian translation of "to be jealous" is "zavidovat". So the name
    is clearly derived from the word.

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    Post  owais.usmani Wed Feb 10, 2021 9:12 am

    https://sdelanounas.ru/blogs/139337/

    First batch of Sputnik V vaccine arrives in Hungary



    https://sdelanounas.ru/blogs/139328/

    First batch of Sputnik V vaccine arrives in Algeria



    https://sdelanounas.ru/blogs/139305/

    Second batch of Russian Sputnik V vaccine delivered to Serbia



    https://sdelanounas.ru/blogs/139302/

    First batch of Sputnik V vaccine delivered to Palestine

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    Post  owais.usmani Wed Feb 10, 2021 9:16 am

    The Sputnik V vaccine is currently licensed or registered in the following countries:

    1. Russia, registration 08/11/2020, Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation,
    2. Belarus, registration 12/21/2020, Ministry of Health of Belarus,
    3. Argentina, registration 12/23/2020, Argentine National Medicines, Food and Health Technology Administration (ANMAT),
    4. Serbia, registration 12/31/2020, Serbian Medicines Agency,
    5. Bolivia, registration 06.01.2021, State Agency for Medicines and Health Technologies of the Plurinational State of Bolivia,
    6. Algeria, registration 01/10/2021, National Pharmaceutical Agency,
    7. Palestine, registration 01/11/2021, Ministry of Health of the State of Palestine,
    8. Venezuela, registration 01/13/2021, by the Ministry of Health of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela,
    9. Paraguay, registration 01/15/2021, Ministry of Health of Paraguay,
    10. Turkmenistan, registration 01/18/2021, Ministry of Health and Medical Industry of Turkmenistan,
    11. Hungary, registration 01.21.2021, Hungarian National Institute of Pharmacology and Nutrition, authorization for a vaccination company 08.02.2021, National Health Center,
    12. UAE, registration 01.21.2021, UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention,
    13. Iran, registration 01/26/2021, Iranian Ministry of Health,
    14. Guinea, registration 01/29/2021, National Pharmaceuticals and Medicines Administration of the Republic of Guinea,
    15. Tunisia, registration 01/30/2021, Ministry of Health of Tunisia,
    16. Armenia, registration 02/01/2021, Ministry of Health of Armenia,
    17. Mexico, registration 02/03/2021, Committee on New Molecules, Federal Commission on Sanitary Risk Protection (Cofepris),
    18. Nicaragua, registration 02/03/2021, Ministry of Health of Nicaragua,
    19. Brazil, registration 02/03/2021, National Health Surveillance Agency (Anvisa),
    20. Lebanon, registration 05.02.2021, Ministry of Health of Lebanon,
    21. Republika Srpska, registration 05.02.2021, Ministry of Health of the Republika Srpska,
    22. Myanmar, registration 02/06/2021, the decision on registration under the accelerated procedure was made by the acting head of state, senior general,
    23. Pakistan, registration 09.02.2021, Drug Regulatory Authority of Pakistan (DRAP).

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    Post  par far Wed Feb 10, 2021 6:12 pm

    Do we know how many people have been vaccinated in Russia?
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    Post  Scorpius Wed Feb 10, 2021 6:48 pm

    par far wrote:Do we know how many people have been vaccinated in Russia?

    As of 10.02.2021, about 2 million Russians were vaccinated.
    After vaccination, about 300 of them became infected with the coronavirus.

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    Post  par far Wed Feb 10, 2021 6:56 pm

    Scorpius wrote:
    par far wrote:Do we know how many people have been vaccinated in Russia?

    As of 10.02.2021, about 2 million Russians were vaccinated.
    After vaccination, about 300 of them became infected with the coronavirus.


    Do we know what happened to the 300 people?
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    Post  Scorpius Wed Feb 10, 2021 7:15 pm

    par far wrote:
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    par far wrote:Do we know how many people have been vaccinated in Russia?

    As of 10.02.2021, about 2 million Russians were vaccinated.
    After vaccination, about 300 of them became infected with the coronavirus.


    Do we know what happened to the 300 people?
    They became infected with the coronavirus after contact with infected people. 300 people out of 2 million. The rest have strong immunity. According to my data, all 300 patients were ill with a mild or moderate form of coronavirus, no one died.

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    Post  LMFS Wed Feb 10, 2021 11:35 pm

    Scorpius wrote:They became infected with the coronavirus after contact with infected people. 300 people out of 2 million. The rest have strong immunity. According to my data, all 300 patients were ill with a mild or moderate form of coronavirus, no one died.

    That is a 99.985% effectiveness...
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    Post  GarryB Thu Feb 11, 2021 5:39 am

    None of the 300 required hospitalisation and what should be taken in to account is that the first people to be vaccinated are healthcare professionals in contact with infected people every day and the elderly and those most vulnerable to being killed by the virus.

    None of the 300 who contracted it died so it is essentially 100% effective at preventing death from the virus.

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    Post  George1 Thu Feb 11, 2021 12:56 pm

    Bahrain approves Russia’s Sputnik V jab
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    Post  George1 Thu Feb 11, 2021 12:58 pm

    Serbia to begin producing Russian Sputnik V vaccine before the end of this year


    On February 3, Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed the vaccine production with his Serbian counterpart Aleksandar Vucic

    BELGRADE, February 10. /TASS/. Serbia will begin packaging Russian Sputnik V vaccine in 2 to 3 months, and will establish its proper production before the end of this year, Serbian Health Ministry state secretary Mirsad Djerlek said in an interview Wednesday.

    "Initially, the mix will be shipped from Russia, and we will pack it in bottles here; in practice, this can begin in two to three months, in my opinion. The second phase include establishment of production capabilities [in Serbia], and we expect big help from Russia, because the production technology is currently unknown to us, but [the Russian delegation] will present us this technology tomorrow," Djerlek said. "It is also important that Serbia will become the first country in the world, besides Russia, to establish the production of the Russian vaccine. It would be realistic to expect that, before the end of this year, or maybe even one month earlier, we will begin making the vaccine in Serbia."

    On February 3, Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed the vaccine production with his Serbian counterpart Aleksandar Vucic. Following the conversation, Vucic disclosed that Serbia, with aid of Russian specialists, will build the necessary facilities and will produce the vaccine on its own.

    A delegation of Russian specialists is expected to arrive to the Torlak Institute of Virology in Belgrade on February 11, where it will assess the staff and technical capabilities of this organization.

    On December 24, Serbia commenced vaccination with US-made Pfizer vaccine. On December 31, the Medicines and Medical Devices Agency of Serbia (ALIMS) issued the permission to use the Russian-made Sputnik V vaccine, and, on January 6, Serbia commenced vaccination with the Russian vaccine. On January 16, Russia delivered the first batch of 1 million doses; two days later, ALIMS permitted administration of 100,000 doses of a Chinese vaccine.

    The Russian vaccine enjoys massive popularity among Serbians: over 40% of those who applied for vaccination stated that they would like to get the Russian vaccine specifically.

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    Post  calripson Thu Feb 11, 2021 2:30 pm

    Scorpius wrote:
    par far wrote:
    Scorpius wrote:
    par far wrote:Do we know how many people have been vaccinated in Russia?

    As of 10.02.2021, about 2 million Russians were vaccinated.
    After vaccination, about 300 of them became infected with the coronavirus.


    Do we know what happened to the 300 people?
    They became infected with the coronavirus after contact with infected people. 300 people out of 2 million. The rest have strong immunity. According to my data, all 300 patients were ill with a mild or moderate form of coronavirus, no one died.

    There is a window of time after the first shot before immunity is acquired - about 12 days. if one gets infected in that time, they will develop the disease.

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