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As India eyes Sputnik rollout, experts question efficacy data

IndiaTimes Thursday, 13 May 2021
Even as India is gearing up to roll out Russian Covid-19 vaccine Sputnik V next week, a group of international experts has raised serious questions about the data discrepancies and substandard reporting of interim data of the vaccine’s phase 3 trials. These questions come at a time when Dr Reddy’s Laboratories, Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF)’s Indian partner, is preparing to receive the shipment of the second dose from Russia.
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