, Dec 6 () –
Russian President Vladimir Putin has asked the World Health Organization (WHO) to include “as soon as possible” in its catalog of recognized vaccines against COVID-19 the Russian Sputnik V, to the extent that it This depends on those who have put it on being able to move as freely as possible anywhere in the world.
Putin has assured that the studies carried out show that the Russian vaccine is “one of the effective” and also “one of the safest.” To date, more than 70 countries have adopted this drug, which requires two doses to complete the vaccination schedule.
The Russian president, who has received in Moscow the president of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, Francesco Rocca, hopes to achieve “support” to continue promoting Sputnik V and its international recognition.
With this, he wants “that people who were vaccinated with the Russian immunizer Sputnik V have the same opportunity as people immunized with other vaccines to move around the world.” At the moment, the WHO has not set a date to make any decision on the matter.