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  • Russia says that it's coronavirus vaccine called Sputnik appears to be 92% effective at protecting people from the disease, according to interim trial results.

  • The Sputnik vaccine figures only the second to be published from a late stage human trial, coming hot on the heels of American pharmaceutical giant Pfizer earlier this week on its own promising figure of 90% effectiveness.

  • The Sputnik research comes from the 1st 16,000 trial participants to receive both shots of the two dose vaccine.

  • Analysis was conducted after 20 participants in the trial developed covert 19 and then examined how many had received the vaccine vs placebo.

  • However, outside experts said knowledge about the trials, design and protocol was sparse, making it difficult to interpret the figures.

  • Yeah, the Russian direct investment fund of the main backers off the Sputnik vaccine.

  • They remained positive and say it was the sort of news developers would talk about one day with their grandchildren.

  • The Russian trial announced it will continue for six more months, and data from the study will also be published in a leading international medical journal following a peer review.

Russia says that it's coronavirus vaccine called Sputnik appears to be 92% effective at protecting people from the disease, according to interim trial results.

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Russia: Sputnik vaccine is 92% effective against coronavirus

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/12
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