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Russia Claims COVID Vaccine for Animals Coming After Boasting of Human 'Success'

Russian government says vaccination is in development and will be ready by Fall

 on 18th August 2020 @ 12.00pm
russia claims to be working on animal vaccines after boasting of  success  with covid 19 treatment for humans © press
Russia claims to be working on animal vaccines after boasting of 'success' with COVID-19 treatment for humans

Russia claims it is developing a COVID-19 vaccine for animals that will be ready by Fall after recently boasting of the "success" of their "world-beater" treatment for humans.

The Russian government says it is working on a coronavirus vaccine to protect mink in its vast fur farms, as well as domestic cats. 

The country's veterinary watchdog, Rosselkhoznadzor, announced it the devlopment of the drug and says it expects it to be rolled out in the next few months.

This announcement follows reports of cases of domestic cats with COVID-19 in Moscow and Tyumen.

"We are working on the creation of a vaccine for animals against the new coronavirus infection," said the organization's leader Sergey Dankvert.

"The vaccine is needed primarily for mink," he said.

russia claims the west is trying to poach the scientists behind its controversial new covid 19 vaccine © press
Russia claims the West is trying to poach the scientists behind its controversial new COVID-19 vaccine

"They quickly transmit the virus to each other," Dankvert added.

A case was reported of a mink infecting a human in the Netherlands.

Russia has around 100 fur farms specializing in mink farming for its large fur industry.

"People will want to vaccinate pets as well - for example, cats that become infected with a new coronavirus infection," he said.

This comes after Russia claims that the West is actively seeking to poach the scientists behind its controversial new COVID-19 vaccine.  

The head of Russia's Gamaleya Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology, Professor Alexander Gintsburg, the key scientist behind the human vaccine hailed by Vladimir Putin as a world-beater, said in several interviews that the "jealous" West was seeking to "buy out" the top brains in his team.

"Any American or European university can only dream of having such researchers," he bragged.

"And they are seeking to lure them away.

"But they will not be able to."

The team that made the coronavirus vaccination had been together ten years, he said, claiming they were resisting lucrative approaches.

The rush to announce the Sputnik V vaccine - only tested on dozens of people - has been widely criticized in the West and key figures inside Russia.

russia is seeking to protect its vast mink farms from covid 19 © press
Russia is seeking to protect its vast mink farms from COVID-19

Russian health chiefs have been forced to make clear that it cannot be used on anyone under 18 or over 60 because tests have not been carried out on these age groups.

"A large amount of additional work is certainly required," admitted Gintsburg, who is starting post-registration tests on 30,000 people.

Mass vaccination will start in around one month, it is expected.

But the head of Rospotrebnadzor, Russia's public health watchdog, Anna Popova, made clear that the country will not solely rely Gintsburg's vaccine announced with such fanfare by the Kremlin last week when the drug was registered.

"It is absolutely certain that each country, including the Russian Federation, should have several different vaccines," she said. 

"This is what we are doing today."

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