Russia's COVID-19 Vaccine is Work of Several Decades, Gamaleya Deputy Research Director Reveals

August 17, 2020

Russia has registered the world's first vaccine against COVID-19, dubbed Sputnik Vector, in reference to the Soviet satellite that triggered global space research. Scientists believe the vaccine, developed by the Gamaleya Research Centre, will similarly create a so-called "Sputnik effect" for the rest of the world fighting against the pandemic.


Sputnik has spoken to Denis Logunov, deputy research director at the Gamaleya Centre, to learn more about the scientific research into the Russian coronavirus vaccine, which will be published shortly in international scientific journals. Logunov also explained how they managed to create the vaccine so quickly, although it usually takes at least 1.5 years.

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