“What’s this for?” This note will be read by many people. It is because thousands of doses will have been administered around the world that it will result in this: The World Health Organization (WHO), announced that the Russian vaccine Sputnik V will be approved by them against COVID-19 by 2021.
WHO will approve Sputnik 5 by the end of 2021?
Soumya Swaminathan, WHO Chief Scientist, recently stated that Russia’s coronavirus vaccine Sputnik IV will be approved by the international organization she represents by 2021. “Before proceeding with the procedure, both parties must sign certain legal documents”He stated this in an interview RIA Novosti Agency.
It is anticipated that after this stage, the evaluation of the document resumes and that its inspection will take place.All these steps have been completed and the Sputnik V vaccination developed at the Gamalea Center, Moscow, Russia, can now be approved for emergency use.
The scientist didn’t give an exact date of approval, but he said that the document must be signed within two days to restart the evaluation. “It’s very likely that the inspection can also be done until the end the year and the process might be complete”.
-Sputnik V (@sputnikvaccine) October 12, 2021
After discovering violations, WHO stops approving
Remember that the WHO stopped the approval process of the Sputnik V vaccination in June. When the organization’s experts discovered violations in a production plant in Russia.
In fact, Mariangela Simao, WHO’s deputy director-general in charge of obtaining medicines, said at that time, Refusal to comply with certain legal procedures can cause the vaccine evaluation to be stopped.
“Now, I am happy to inform you that the issue has not been resolved during our discussions with Russia’s government. We will be able resume the procedure once these procedures have been completed.”He spoke at a meeting.
Seven vaccines have been approved by WHO to combat COVID-19.This world organization has not yet approved the Russian vaccine.