West accepts Moscow was right to approve Covid vaccine, says Russian official

West accepts Moscow was right to approve Covid vaccine, says Russian official
West accepts Moscow was right to approve Covid vaccine, says Russian official

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - A scientist examines Covid-19 infected cells during research for a vaccine against Covid-19 at a laboratory of Biocad biotechnology company in Saint Petersburg, Russia May 20, 2020. — Reuters pic

MOSCOW, Sept 1 — Comments by a senior US official and moves by Britain towards the possible fast-tracking of Covid-19 vaccines show the West now accepts Russia was right to approve a vaccine as early as August, a Russian official said yesterday.

Russia granted regulatory approval to a Covid-19 vaccine this month after less than two months of human testing, prompting some Western experts to question its safety and efficacy.

The head of the US Food and Drug Administration has since said he would be willing to bypass the normal approval process to authorise a Covid-19 vaccine as long as officials were convinced the benefits outweigh the risks.

The British government last week set out plans that would allow Britain's medical regulator to grant temporary authorisation for any coronavirus vaccine before it has received a full licence if it meets safety and quality standards.

The United States and London were now “exactly following the example of Russia,” said Kirill Dmitriev, the head of the Russian Direct Investment Fund, Russia's sovereign wealth fund, which has been heavily involved in Russia's vaccine programme.

“The Western world was shocked by Russia's success (in producing a potential vaccine) and had to go through four stages of accepting the inevitable: Denial, anger, depression, and ultimately acceptance,” he said in a statement.

“Recent statements show that we have already passed the stage of depression and it has now been accepted that Russia's approach is the correct one.”

Russia has now begun Phase III trials of the “Sputnik V” vaccine that will test its efficacy on a bigger group of volunteers. It is also preparing to approve a second vaccine against Covid-19 in late September or early October.

Health Minister Mikhail Murashko has said mass vaccination of high-risk groups will begin in November-December. — Reuters

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