Russia’s fast-track coronavirus vaccine draws outrage over safety

@article{Callaway2020RussiasFC,
  title={Russia’s fast-track coronavirus vaccine draws outrage over safety},
  author={E. Callaway},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2020},
  volume={584},
  pages={334 - 335}
}
The immunization is the first approved for widespread use but could be dangerous because it hasn’t been tested in large trials, say researchers. The immunization is the first approved for widespread use but could be dangerous because it hasn’t been tested in large trials, say researchers. Russian President Vladimir Putin receives a video report about registration of the tested and registered coronavirus vaccine 
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