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COVID-19 Vaccine For Animals: In the Corona era, there is a competition to develop the Kovid-19 vaccine among all the countries of the world. In the midst of all this, Russia has first recorded the world’s first vaccine against corona virus infection in humans. After first creating the Kovid-19 vaccine, Russia is now preparing to make an experimental anti-coronavirus drug for animals. According to Sergey Dankvert, head of the federal service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Supervision (Rosselkhoznadzor), Russia will begin production of the experimental COVID-19 vaccine for animals in October this year.
Sergey Danckwert quoted Sputnik News as saying that we are already testing it and in October we will start production of experimental samples. They said the vaccine would be made for animals such as cats, dogs and mink, which are vulnerable to corona virus infection, as many pets have been reported to be corona infected from different parts of the world. ALSO READ: COVID-19 Vaccine Update: Oxford’s Corono Vaccine to Resume Human Trial, DCGI Approves
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the corona virus epidemic is primarily spread by human-to-human transmission, but pets such as cats and dogs have also been found to be infected with covid-19 that have been transmitted to humans. Are in contact with or who are feared to be infected by this epidemic. Significantly, Russia has registered the world’s first Kovid-19 vaccine under the name Sputnik V and has started production.