Serbia registers Russian vaccine against coronavirus

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Serbia registers Russian vaccine against coronavirus

The Serbian Agency for Medicines has issued a permit for the use of the Russian vaccine against the coronavirus Sputnik V. This was reported by TASS with reference to the representative of the pharmaceutical regulator Pavel Delich.

According to him, the drug meets all the requirements and regulations provided for by law, which confirms its quality, effectiveness and safety.

“The conditions were created for it [the vaccine] to be used for immunization,” Delic said.

Earlier Sputnik V was registered in Argentina. Development of the Center for Epidemiology and Microbiology named after N.F. Gamalei received permission for emergency use. The government of this country has signed a contract for the supply of 10 million doses of Sputnik V vaccine. Argentine President Alberto Fernandez said he would be the first to be vaccinated with the Russian vaccine and did not doubt the quality of the drug.

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