Approval sought for AstraZeneca vaccine in the United Kingdom – Argentina allows Russian vaccine Sputnik V

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Oxford University and pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca have applied for approval in the UK for the Corona vaccine they are developing. Health Secretary Matt Hancock said he was “delighted” that data on the vaccine, “developed here in the UK,” had been “fully” submitted to the health regulator MHRA.

Meanwhile, the Biontech and Pfizer vaccine has been given 500,000 times in the UK. However, the British government is relying primarily on the vaccine developed by AstraZeneca and Oxford University. Orders have already been placed for 100 million doses of this vaccine. Production has begun, according to Hancock.

Argentina allows Russian vaccine Sputnik V to be used
Argentina is the second country after Belarus to allow vaccination with the Russian agent Sputnik V. A corresponding emergency approval has been granted, the Ministry of Health says.

In Argentina, more than 1.5 million people have been infected with the coronavirus. More than 42,000 people have died with or from the virus.

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