The Speaker of the Moldovan Parliament Zinaida Greceanîi sent gratitude to the Russian leadership for the decision to provide the republic with 180 thousand doses of the Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine as humanitarian aid, the politician said on her Facebook page.
She noted that more than once in the difficult situations faced by the Moldovan people, Russia has shown a truly fraternal spirit. According to her, this fact is appreciated by the authorities and citizens of the Republic of Moldova.
She expressed the hope that Russian vaccines will save many lives.
Earlier it was reported that the Gamaleya Center began testing a nasal form of the Sputnik V vaccine. Recently, a patent was obtained for a drug in the form of nasal drops, and now, in fact, preclinical studies are starting. It was noted that the new form of the vaccine is free of any side effects, and therefore in the future can be used to immunize young children.