Russia registers ‘world’s first’ COVID-19 vaccine for animals

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Russia’s agricultural regulator announced on Wednesday that it had registered Carnivak-Cov, which it claims is the world’s first COVID-19 vaccine for animals, after trials showed it produced antibodies in dogs, cats, foxes and mink.

It said the vaccine was intended for use on fur farms or for pets, and that mass production could begin in April.

The agriculture oversight agency Rosselkhoznadzor said in a statement that the vaccine called Carnivak-Cov had been tested beginning October on dogs, cats, mink, foxes and other animals and was proven to be effective. “All test animals that were vaccinated developed antibodies to coronavirus in 100 percent of cases,” said Konstantin Savenkov, deputy head of Rosselkhoznadzor.

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