Liberation has put on the cover of Putin in the image of Bond with a vaccine in his hand

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The French newspaper Liberation featured on its cover a picture of Russian President Vladimir Putin in a James Bond super-agent suit holding a syringe with a coronavirus vaccine in his hand. The headline reads: COVID Vaccine. Tomorrow will never die. “

The spread of the publication is dedicated to the Russian vaccine against coronavirus, NSN reports.

The authors of the article note that they are surprised by the speed with which the Russian leader announced the vaccine. They also write that the World Health Organization (WHO) reacted very cautiously to Russian statements, as there are doubts about the seriousness of clinical trials.

The editorial column is also dedicated to the Russian vaccine. According to the author, it is important for Putin to be the first to “mark the still untouched territory” of the coronavirus vaccine with his flag.

On August 11, a vaccine based on an adenovirus vector was registered with the Russian Ministry of Health, RNS reports. It became the first registered vaccine against the novel SARS-COV-2 coronavirus infection on the market.

Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed the hope that the mass production of the drug will begin in the near future, and also stressed that vaccination should be carried out on a voluntary basis. The head of state also said that one of his daughters had experienced the Russian coronavirus vaccine on herself.

The vaccine was named Sputnik V. According to the Ministry of Health, it forms immunity for up to two years. According to Alexander Gintsburg, director of the Gamaleya National Research Center, the whole of Russia will be provided with a new vaccine within a year.

Earlier on August 12, the World Health Organization commented on the emergence of a Russian vaccine. The WHO said it welcomes all the advances in coronavirus vaccine development, any safe and effective drug will become a global public good.

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