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The head of Rospotrebnadzor, Anna Popova, said that Russia had transferred tests to control COVID-19 in almost 60 countries around the world. She spoke about this at the II Caspian Economic Forum.
She noted that they first received tests in Azerbaijan, Iran, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan. A vaccine against coronavirus infection has also been sent to these countries.
“We did tests, and several tests were generously shared on behalf of the President of the Russian Federation with discussion by colleagues in various countries of the world, today it is almost 60 countries,” providing TASS her words.
In addition, Popova said that Russia has developed and shared tests to test for monkeypox.
“We shared tests for diagnosing monkeypox, PCR tests dedicated to colleagues in different countries, including those countries with which today we are evaluating new tasks at this site at the Caspian Medical Institution,” she added.
Formerly World Health Organization (WHO) announcedthat research is ongoing as a source of infection with coronavirus infection. The organization commented on the report of the commission on COVID-19 of the British publication Lancet. In some cases, the possibility of laboratory origin of the virus was admitted.
In turn, the development director of the Chumakov Center Konstantin Chernov shared, which is the origin of COVID-19. According to him, this requires administrative and political decisions that have nothing to do with science.
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