Black Sun Bio-Weapons – 4 – Sputnik V COVID-19 Vaccine [RUSSIA]



Sputnik V
COVID-19 Vaccine

The Official Story



Sputnik V or Gam-COVID-Vac (the name under which it is legally registered and produced) is an adenovirus viral vector vaccine for COVID-19 developed by the Gamaleya Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology in Russia. It is the world’s first registered combination vector vaccine for the prevention of COVID-19, having been registered on 11 August 2020 by the Russian Ministry of Health.

Gam-COVID-Vac was initially approved for distribution in Russia and then in 59 other countries (as of April 2021) on the preliminary results of Phase I–II studies eventually published on 4 September 2020. Approval in early August of Gam-COVID-Vac was met with criticism in mass media and discussions in the scientific community as to whether approval was justified in the absence of robust scientific research confirming safety and efficacy. A large-scale Brazilian study from Dec. 2020 to May 2021 confirmed its effectiveness and safety, as of Oxford–AstraZeneca’s, i.e. above Sinopharm BIBP’s.

Emergency mass-distribution of the vaccine began in December 2020 in countries including Russia, Argentina, Belarus, Hungary, Serbia, Pakistan (in limited quantities), the Philippines (in limited quantities), and the United Arab Emirates. The Sputnik V is currently registered and certified in 71 countries. However, as of April 2022 less than 2.5% of the people vaccinated worldwide have taken a Sputnik V dose. In early 2022, as a result of the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine, the United States and other countries placed RDIF on the list of sanctioned Russian entities and people, significantly reducing Sputnik V future commercial prospects.

The Gam-COVID-Vac vaccine itself is available in two forms: frozen (vaccine storage: below –18 °C) and liquid (vaccine storage: from +2 to +8 °C, produced a little). In addition to the main vaccine, vaccines and its derivatives were also registered: Gam-COVID-Vac-Lyo (no data on use), Sputnik Light (used for revaccination, as well as vaccination of foreigners in Russia), Gam-COVID-Vac-M (for vaccination of adolescents 12–17 years old).


In August 2020, British and American officials stated that the Gam-COVID-Vac vaccine would likely be rejected due to concerns that the normally rigorous process of vaccine clinical testing was not followed.

As of December 2020, Belarus and Argentina granted emergency use authorization for the vector-based vaccine. On 21 January 2021, Hungary became the first European Union country to register the shot for emergency use, as well as the United Arab Emirates in the Persian Gulf region.

On 19 January 2021, the Russian authorities applied for the registration of Sputnik V in the European Union, according to the RDIF. On 10 February, the European Medicines Agency (EMA) said that they had “not received an application for a rolling review or a marketing authorisation for the vaccine”. The developers have only expressed their interest that the vaccine be considered for a rolling review, but EMA’s Human Medicines Committee (CHMP) and the COVID-19 EMA pandemic Task Force (COVID-ETF) need to give their agreement first before developers can submit their application for initiation of the rolling review process. On 4 March 2021, the Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) of the EMA started a rolling review of Sputnik V. The EU applicant is R-Pharm Germany GmbH. On 16 June, Reuters reported that approval of Sputnik V will be delayed at least until September because not all the necessary clinical data has been submitted by the deadline. As of June 2021, Sputnik V is under rolling review process by EMA, but the marketing authorisation application was not submitted yet.

Emergency use has also been authorized in Algeria, Bolivia, Serbia, the Palestinian territories, and Mexico.

On 25 January 2021, Iran approved the vaccine, with Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif saying the country hopes to begin purchases and start joint production of the shot “in the near future”, after Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei banned the government from importing vaccines from the United States and United Kingdom.

The Czech Republic is also considering buying Sputnik V, and Prime Minister Andrej Babis dismissed the minister of health, Jan Blatný, who was a loud opponent to the use of Sputnik V.

On 4 March 2021, EMA’s human medicines committee (CHMP) has started a rolling review of Sputnik V (Gam-COVID-Vac), a COVID-19 vaccine developed by Russia’s Gamaleya National Centre of Epidemiology and Microbiology. When asked about the prospect of Austria giving Sputnik V the approval (as some other European countries chose to do), EMA management board chair Christa Wirthumer-Hoche pointed to the fact there was not yet sufficient safety data about those who had already been given the vaccine. “We could have Sputnik V on the market in future, when we’ve examined the necessary data,” she said, adding that the vaccine needed to match up to European criteria on quality control and efficacy.

On 18 March 2021, German regional leaders including State Premiers and the mayor of Berlin called for the swift approval of the Russian vaccine by the European Medicines Agency to counteract the acute shortages of effective vaccines in Europe. German medical experts have recommended its approval also, and consider the Sputnik Vaccine “clever” and “highly safe”.

On 19 March 2021, the Philippine Food and Drug Administration granted emergency use authorization for Sputnik V, the fourth COVID-19 vaccine to be given authorization. The Philippine government planned to buy 20 million doses of the vaccine.

On 12 April 2021, India approved the use of Sputnik V vaccine for emergency use against COVID-19 based on strong immunogenicity data.

As of 12 April 2021, 62 countries had granted Sputnik V emergency use authorization.

On 27 April 2021, Bangladesh approved the use of Sputnik V vaccine for emergency use.

On 30 April 2021, Turkey and Albania approved the use of Sputnik V vaccine for emergency use.

Source: Wikipedia


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Sputnik V COVID-19 Vaccine

The Sputnik V COVID-19 vaccine is a viral vector vaccine produced by the Russian Gamaleya Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology.

Sputnik V Worldwide Authorizations

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Full (3)

  1. Russia
  2. Turkmenistan
  3. Uzbekistan

Emergency (76)

  1. Albania
  2. Algeria
  3. Angola
  4. Antigua and Barbuda
  5. Argentina
  6. Armenia
  7. Azerbaijan
  8. Bahrain
  9. Bangladesh
  10. Belarus
  11. Bolivia
  12. Bosnia and Herzegovina
  13. Brazil (restricted)
  14. Cambodia
  15. Cameroon
  16. Chile
  17. Congo-Brazzaville
  18. Djibouti
  19. Ecuador
  20. Egypt
  21. Gabon
  22. Gambia
  23. Ghana
  24. Guatemala
  25. Guinea
  26. Guyana
  27. Honduras
  28. Hungary
  29. India
  30. Indonesia
  31. Iran
  32. Iraq
  33. Ivory Coast
  34. Jordan
  35. Kazakhstan
  36. Kenya
  37. Kyrgyzstan
  38. Laos
  39. Lebanon
  40. Libya
  41. Maldives
  42. Mali
  43. Mauritius
  44. Mexico
  45. Moldova
  46. Mongolia
  47. Montenegro
  48. Morocco
  49. Myanmar
  50. Namibia
  51. Nepal
  52. Nicaragua
  53. Nigeria
  54. North Macedonia
  55. Oman
  56. Pakistan
  57. Palestine
  58. Panama
  59. Paraguay
  60. Peru
  61. Philippines
  62. Rwanda
  63. St. Vincent and the Grenadines
  64. San Marino
  65. Serbia
  66. Seychelles
  67. Sri Lanka
  68. Syria
  69. Tajikistan
  70. Tanzania
  71. Tunisia
  72. Turkey (limited use)
  73. United Arab Emirates
  74. Venezuela
  75. Vietnam
  76. Zimbabwe

Non-country entities

  • Abkhazia
  • South Ossetia





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