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Russia's single-dose Sputnik Light vaccine has 79.4 pc efficacy, effective against all new coronavirus strains: RDIF

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News video: Russia approves Sputnik's single-shot vaccine

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Russia on May 06 approved Sputnik Light, the single-dose vaccine against COVID-19. According to the information on Sputnik V's twitter handle, the single-dose vaccine has 79.4% overall efficacy against coronavirus, and is a "reliable pandemic fighter". Sputnik V, which is approved in 64 countries...

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