The vaccine provides protection for half a year. No side effects were observed in clinical trials.

Coronavirus – second year

It has been more than a year since the Chinese authorities informed the World Health Organization of the emergence of a new rapidly spreading virus. Since then, there hasn’t been anyone in the world who hasn’t heard of the term Covid-19, and more and more people are mourning a relative or friend who ended up with the new disease while existence collapsed in weeks and our entire lives were rewritten from the pandemic. So far, vaccines have been completed, and this in turn raises not only hope, but also many questions, while not only stopping the virus, but also threatening another mutation. You can find the details of this battle in our series of articles.

The Russian Federal Center for Animal Health released the first 17,000 doses of an animal vaccine against a Coronavirus infection called Carnivac-Cov.

According to the Russian Agricultural Inspectorate (Roszselhoznadzor), the first batch has already been adhered to. The vaccine will be distributed between Moscow, Moscow Oblast, Crimea, Saint Petersburg, Vladimir, Kirov, Izhevsk, Irkutsk, Magnitogorsk, Novosibirsk, Ryazan, Chelyabinsk, Tver and Togliatti.

Carnivac-Cov is the world’s first animal vaccine against coronavirus infection. The vaccine, which did not cause any side effects during its clinical test that began in October, provides protection for half a year. According to previous information, Carnivac-Covot has also been tested on dogs, cats, Arctic and red foxes, mink and other animals. The World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) has determined that many animal species, including pets and farm animals, are susceptible to Covid-19.

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Until the end of March, they were interested in purchasing the product from Greece, Australia, Poland, Canada, the United States and Singapore. According to Russian news agencies, attempts are being made in the United States and Finland to develop an animal vaccine against Covid-19.

Our photo shows one of the stages of laboratory testing.



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It may be a problem that new virus mutations are also dangerous for pets


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Coronavirus vaccine for animals has been registered in Russia


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The vaccine, called Carnivac-Cov, is the world’s first Covid vaccine to be developed for animals. According to the Russians, it has no side effects and works 100 percent.