Russia will jointly produce Sputnik V vaccine with India: Envoy
Russian envoy in New Delhi Nikolay Kudashev on Monday said Moscow will jointly produce the Sputnik V vaccine for Covid-19 along with India and it will be manufactured by Indian pharma major Dr Reddy's Laboratories. Sputnik V vaccine has shown 92 per cent efficacy in preventing Covid-19, according to the interim trial results announced by the country's health ministry.
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