Russia's first vaccine against the coronavirus was developed jointly by the Gamaleya Research Institute and the Russian Defence Ministry. Clinical trials of the vaccine were launched on 18 June and all 38 volunteers developed immunity.
South Korea’s public health authorities on Monday revealed that three new mutated genome sequences of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, have been detected in the country.
Amid a slew of backlash, a Republican candidate for the US House of Representatives from North Carolina has taken down photos of his 2017 vacation to the Eagle’s Nest, the mountain retreat of German Nazi leader Adolf Hitler.
Just eight months after its creation, the US Space Force (USSF) has published its first doctrine, a document it says will serve as the “foundation of our professional body of knowledge” as the Pentagon’s newest service branch.
Russia has become the first country in the world to register a COVID-19 vaccine. President Vladimir Putin said the Sputnik V vaccine “works quite effectively” and “forms a stable immunity” to the coronavirus.
Following his departure from the White House, John Bolton started to openly criticise his former boss, President Donald Trump, eventually calling him unfit to lead the country and doubting his ability to deal with foreign leaders.
Russian President Vladimir Putin earlier in the day announced that the country's Gamaleya Research Institute had registered the world's first anti-coronavirus vaccine and that production will commence in the near future, marking a possible end to the global pandemic.
Amid the ongoing pandemic multiple nations and regions are re-introducing restrictive measures and halting travel to affected areas. The number of cases is spiking dramatically in Latin America, India, and the US.