The Russian Sputnik V vaccine will be more available in Indian cities
"Sputnik V" is the first registered vaccine, according to the official website, the effectiveness of which is 97.6%. It is named after the first Soviet space satellite, Sputnik-1. This drug is effective against new strains of coronavirus, according to research by N.F. Gamalei.

Dr. Reddy's lab has announced plans to expand the vaccine in nine Indian cities. This event will be announced by the Lab at its commercial launch. However, vaccine registration is still not available on the CoWIN app today.

The vaccine is indicated for active immunization of persons aged 18 years and older. The vaccine consists of two components I and II, which are not interchangeable and must be administered intramuscularly in two doses of 0.5 ml each with an interval of 21 days.

It is noted that this is the third vaccine approved in the country.