Russia: Sputnik V – “the first registered COVID-19 vaccine”

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Russia: Sputnik V – “the first registered COVID-19 vaccine”
https://sputnikvaccine.com/newsroom/pressreleases/
Press Releases
Sputnik V authorized in Myanmar
Press release, 06.02.2021
…The vaccine was approved under the emergency use authorization procedure without additional clinical trials in the country…

Sputnik V authorized in Lebanon
Press release, 05.02.2021
…The vaccine was approved under the emergency use authorization procedure without additional clinical trials in the country…

Ministry of Health of Nicaragua has authorized the use of Sputnik V
Press release, 03.02.2021
…The vaccine was approved under the emergency use authorization procedure without additional clinical trials in the country…

Mexico becomes the first country of North America to register Sputnik V vaccine
Press release, 03.02.2021
…The vaccine was approved under the emergency use authorization procedure without additional clinical trials in the country…

A vaccine for all mankind: Sputnik V’s efficacy in fighting COVID-19 is validated by internationally peer reviewed data published in The Lancet
Press release, 02.02.2021
…:: Sputnik V is already registered in 16 countries: Russia, Belarus, Serbia, Argentina, Bolivia, Algeria, Palestine, Venezuela, Paraguay, Turkmenistan, Hungary, UAE, Iran, Republic of Guinea, Tunisia and Armenia.
:: In the first week of February, vaccination with Sputnik V will start in the following 12 countries: Bolivia, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Palestine, UAE, Paraguay, Hungary, Armenia, Algeria, Bosnian Serb Republic, Venezuela and Iran.
:: In 10 countries out of 12, Sputnik V will be the first coronavirus vaccine approved for civil circulation.
[See referenced article and Comment from The Lancet below]

Sputnik V vaccine authorized in Armenia
Press release, 01.02.2021 16:00:00
…The vaccine was approved by a Decree of the Ministry of Health based on data of Phase III clinical trials in Russia without conducting additional trials in Armenia…