Second batch of Russian COVID-19 vaccine reaches Hyderabad

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May 16, 2021 2:42 PM

The second batch of COVID-19 vaccine Sputnik V on Sunday landed at Rajiv Gandhi International Airport here, Sputnik V official twitter page said.

Sputnik vaccine, Russian covid-19 vaccine, vaccinnation, coronavirus vaccination, Dr Reddy's Laboratories, Sputnik vaccination price per doseThe first consignment of 1.50 lakh doses of Sputnik V vaccine from Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) landed in India on May 1

The second batch of COVID-19 vaccine Sputnik V on Sunday landed at Rajiv Gandhi International Airport here, Sputnik V official twitter page said. “Second batch of Sputnik V @sputnikvaccine arrives in Hyderabad, India,” the tweet said along with pictures of vaccine boxes being unloaded from an aircraft.

Dr Reddy’s Laboratories on May 14 soft launched imported COVID-19 vaccine Sputnik V vaccine which is priced at Rs948, with five per cent GST per dose (retail price). “Given the recent launch of the Russian vaccine in the Indian vaccination campaign, this second delivery has become very timely. The efficacy of the #SputnikV is well-known in the world,” Nikolay Kudashev Russian Ambassador to India tweeted.

The first consignment of 1.50 lakh doses of Sputnik V vaccine from Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) landed in India on May 1, and received regulatory clearance from the Central Drugs Laboratory.

The Indian drug-maker had earlier said these consignments will be used across different channels as a pilot to line up the supply chain for the larger vaccination programme rollout.

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