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World "Sputnik-V": First interested parties and criticism of Russia's corona vaccine

12:15  12 august  2020
12:15  12 august  2020 Source:   fitforfun.de

Facebook’s dilemma: How to police claims about unproven COVID-19 vaccines

  Facebook’s dilemma: How to police claims about unproven COVID-19 vaccines Facebook’s dilemma: How to police claims about unproven COVID-19 vaccinesThe social media giant, which has long been under fire from lawmakers over how it handles misinformation on its platforms, said it had in recent months banned such claims as 'social distancing does not work' because they pose a risk of 'imminent' harm. Under these rules, Facebook took down a video post on Wednesday by U.S. President Donald Trump in which he claimed that children are "almost immune" to COVID-19.

Russia has rejected international criticism and skepticism toward its coronavirus vaccine , saying that it's safe and that it works. Kirill Dmitriev, the chief executive of Russia ' s sovereign wealth fund RDIF, which is backing the vaccine named " Sputnik V ," said that Western — and specifically U.S

Russia indicated how it regards the development, naming the vaccine Sputnik V in a nod to the Soviet Union’ s achievement in launching the world’ s first satellite into space in 1957. Russia has nearly 900,000 people diagnosed with Covid-19, the fourth-most confirmed cases in the world.

Coronavirus update: Millions likely infected with COVID-19 in New Delhi, study finds, Russia to begin mass vaccine trials .
A local government study in India finds almost 30 per cent of the population in India's capital of New Delhi is likely infected by coronavirus, numbers much higher than recorded.Meanwhile Russia has begun planning for mass testing of its first potential COVID-19 vaccine, which will involve more than 40,000 people and will be overseen by a foreign research body.

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