World's first coronavirus vaccine tested on Putin's family

Vladimir Putin announced the successful trial of the coronavirus vaccine on his family.

The family of Vladimir Putin has undergone voluntary vaccination against coronavirus - information on this matter was announced personally by the Russian president, noting that in just a day the vaccine showed an incredibly positive effect on one of his daughters.

“Russian President Vladimir Putin said that one of his daughters had received the Russian vaccine against coronavirus. "I know that this vaccine, as you said, was made on the basis of adenoviral vectors, but the advantage, in my opinion, is that it was made on the basis of human adenoviral vectors, and it works more accurately, forms a stable antibody and cellular immunity, I also know this very well, because one of my daughters has been vaccinated like this. I think in this sense she took part in the experiment, "Putin said at a meeting with government members. He said that after the first injection, his daughter had a temperature of 38, and the next day, 37 with a little. "And that's all. After the second injection, the second vaccination, the temperature also rose a little, but then everything came to naught, he feels good, and the titers are high," the President of the Russian Federation said., - about it сообщает Russian news agency Interfax.

Thus, Russia became the first country in the world to successfully test and register a coronavirus vaccine, which suggests that Russia is not threatened with a second wave of coronavirus infection.

It should be noted that despite the fact that other countries have invested billions of dollars in the creation of the vaccine, there has been no significant success.

It is not reported when exactly the mass vaccination of citizens of the Russian Federation will begin, however, it became known a little earlier that it was planned to vaccinate up to 60% of the population from coronavirus in the country, however, whether vaccination will become paid or will be free is still unknown.