Russia claims vaccine will be ready by November, despite questions over testing

Russia claims vaccine will be ready by November, despite questions over testing
Russia claims vaccine will be ready by November, despite questions over testing

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - A lab technician oversees the filling and packag of vials for the large-scale production of University of Oxford’s Covid-19 vaccine candidate, on September 11, at the Italian manufacturing facility of multinational corporation Catalent in Anagni, southeast of Rome. Vincenzo Pinzo / AFP

The Oxford vaccine could be among the first to hit the market. Vincenzo Pinzo / AFP

Clinical research nurse Ajithkumar Sukumaran prepares a Covid-19 vaccine to administer to a volunteer, at a clinic in London. Kirsty Wigglesworth / AP

A man wears a cut-out face mask during a protest against compulsory mask-wearing in public indoor places, as well as against a future vaccine that could be made mandatory, in Geneva on September 12, 2020. Fabrice Coffrini / AFP

Gertrud Schop lights candles in the shape of a cross, with one candle dedicated to each of the around 9,345 German Covid-19-related victims, in Zella-Mehlis, Germany, 11 September 2020. Jens Schlueter / EPA

Peru's President Martin Vizcarra speaks to the press during a visit to the bio-medical department of the Cayetano Heredia National University in Lima where studies for vaccines against the coronavirus are being developed, on September 11, 2020. AFP

Robyn Porteous, a vaccine trial volunteer, is injected as part of South Africa's human clinical trial at the Wits RHI Shandukani Research Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa on August 27. Siphiwe Sibeko / Reuters

A technician looks at monkey kidney cells as he makes a test on an experimental vaccine for Covid-19 at Sinovac Biotech facilities in Beijing. AFP

A nurse inoculates volunteer Ilya Dubrovin, 36, with Russia's new coronavirus vaccine at a clinic in Moscow on September 10, 2020. Russia announced last month that its vaccine, named Sputnik V, after the Soviet-era satellite that was the first launched into space in 1957, had already received approval. AFP

Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg (L) and Minister for Development Aid Dag Inge Ulstein (R) participate in a digital meeting with international leaders about a fair global distribution of Covid-19 vaccines at the the Prime Minister's office in Oslo on 10 September 2020. Hakon Mosvold Larsen / EPA

A health worker checks the temperature of a newborn Palestinian baby before being administered a non-Covid vaccine at a United Nations-run clinic in the southern Gaza Strip on September 10. Ibraheem Abu Mustafa / Reuters

A medic works in a lab during clinical trials for a Covid-19 vaccine at Research Centres of America in Hollywood, Florida, on Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020. Drug makers racing to produce Covid-19 vaccines pledged to avoid shortcuts on science as they face pressure to rush a shot to market. Eva Marie Uzcategui / Bloomberg

A boy looks at Sinovac Biotech's vaccine candidate at the China International Fair for Trade in Services in Beijing on September 6, 2020. AFP

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