COVID-19 vaccination: Registration for citizens above 18 years of age starts today on CoWin portal, Aarogya Setu aap
Several states like Maharashtra, West Bengal, Delhi and Karnataka have decided to provide COVID-19 vaccine free of cost to its citizens
Dr Reddy's conducted the bridge trials in India and will distribute some 100 million doses of the vaccine in India.
The study's results suggest Sputnik V is among the top-performing vaccines, along with the Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna jabs that also reported more than 90 percent efficacy
It’s not yet known why reduced-dose of the Oxford vaccine showed better efficacy in trials, but it could be down to the viral vector.
Kremlin is offering Russians free doses of Sputnik V vaccine, but many don't trust the govt or the trial results
The country’s scientists may well have made great strides in battling the pandemic, but many Russians are not ready to believe it.
Sputnik V: Vladimir Putin tells officials to start 'large-scale' vaccinations against COVID-19 by next week
The Russian president's announcement came the same day Britain approved the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for a rollout starting next week
Sputnik V vaccine: Russia says initial results from Phase 3 trials show 92 percent effectiveness against COVID-19
The Sputnik V vaccine, developed by the Gamaleya Scientific Research Institute and the Russian defence ministry, is a two-shot vaccine.
First batch of Sputnik V vaccine likely to reach Kanpur medical college for phase 2,3 trials by next week
As many as 180 volunteers have registered for the trials and the ethics committee of the college has also given permission, said college principal RB Kamal
Russian health authorities have a history of approving medicines after limited testing – the Sputnik V vaccine is likely no different.
RDIF, Dr Reddy's Lab tie up for Sputnik V human trials, distribution of 100 mn doses of the COVID-19 vaccine in India
As of 1 August, Phase I and II of the vaccine were complete and by 11 August, Russian President Vladimir Putin had registered it as the world's first vaccine.
Medical experts called Russia’s approval without sharing any data supporting the vaccine’s efficacy a major breach of scientific protocol.