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COVID : First shipment of Russian Sputnik V vaccine arrives in Venezuela


The first shipment of Russian coronavirus vaccine, known as Sputnik V, arrived in Venezuela this Friday. The vaccine is in phase 3 of clinical trials and will benefit 40,000 people. “This cooperation for the Suptnik V vaccine was the result of the contacts that remain between Russia and Venzuela,” said the Venezuelan authorities. On receiving the shipment at the Simon Bolivar International Airport in Maiquetía, the Venezuelan Vice-President, Delcy Rodríguez, said that it was “an event that we do not hesitate to classify as historic for our country (…) I cannot hide the emotion that we feel that Venezuela is…

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