Russia starts anti-corona vaccination of animals
Taking a step forward than other developed countries of the world especially the USA, the UK and Germany, Russia launched a coronavirus vaccine campaign for animals on Saturday.
According to a report of 24NewsHD TV Channel, Russian authorities tested its locally approved anti-corona vaccine on animals including dogs, cats, and foxes.
Reportedly, the test of vaccination on the animals remained successful as the doses of anti-coronavirus vaccination started the process of making antibodies in animals. The Russian authorities termed the results of the vaccine positive.
It had made the world’s first-ever animal-specific jab and provided veterinary clinics to secure animals from the fatal virus for human bodies across the world.
However, the scientists had already refused any chance of spreading coronavirus through animals. On the other hand, some researches claimed symptoms of coronavirus were found in dogs, cats, minks, and apes.
The Russians were administrated the anti-coronavirus jab in the name of Carnivak-Cov to the animals. United States of America (USA) was also working on the veterinary jab following the Russians.