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    Russian Ministry of Healthcare said that an Ebola vaccine developed by Russia will be officially unveiled at the UN Office in Geneva on February 15.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) An Ebola vaccine developed by Russia will be officially unveiled at the UN Office in Geneva on February 15, a spokesman for the Russian Ministry of Healthcare said Friday.

    "The Minister of Healthcare of the Russian Federation [Veronika Skvortsova] will be in Geneva on February 15-16, where she will attend the official presentation of the Russian-made vaccine against the Ebola virus," Oleg Salagay told reporters.

    Skvortsova announced in January that two anti-Ebola vaccines had been developed in Russia and tested by specialists from both Russia's Health and Defense Ministry, adding that their efficiency exceeded foreign analogues.

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