Cuba announced the efficacy rate of the Kovid-19 Abdala vaccine

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Cuban production of Kovid-19 Abdala vaccine was claimed to be 92.28% effective.

In the Twitter post from the Cuban Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (CIGB), it was stated that the effectiveness of the anti-Kovid-19 dose produced is 92.28 percent, “Cuba has 5 vaccine candidates today.” hui, Soberana 02 with 62 percent efficiency and Abdala with 92.28% efficiency. “These are already considered vaccines. Cuba will be the first country to vaccinate its population with its own means.” expression was used.

Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel also expressed his joy in sharing the vaccine news on Twitter and used the following phrases;

“I give you this news with the joy of the positive results of the vaccines Soberana 02 and Abdala. The effectiveness of Abdala is something to be proud of. Despite all the obstacles, our scientists gave us 2 very effective vaccines”

This Cuban statement caught the attention of the scientific community. Many experts have pointed out that the vaccine should also be reviewed by an international committee.

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The number of those who do not find convincing the claim that the Cuban vaccine is 92.28% effective is also quite high.

Cuba announced on March 19 that one of the current vaccines has been approved for human trials and will be tested on approximately 48,000 people between the ages of 19 and 80.

In contrast, vaccines against Kovid-19 worldwide have exceeded 2 billion 660 million doses.

While China is the country with the most vaccines with 1 billion 30 million doses, this country is the USA with 317 million 970 thousand, India with 280 million 26 thousand, Brazil with 86 million 960 thousand, the England with 74 million 300 thousand, Germany with 66 million 450 thousand, France followed with 48 million 210 thousand and Italy with 46 million 20 thousand.

The country with the highest vaccine dose relative to population was the United Arab Emirates (UAE) with 146.21 doses per 100 people.

The number of doses administered in 10 other countries, including the United Arab Emirates, has exceeded the population. The number of doses administered per 100 people was 141.74 in Malta, 140 in Seychelles, 128.68 in San Marino, 122.99 in Israel, 114.21 in Bahrain, 111.87 in Chile and Mongolia, 110 , 07 in UK, 109.45 in UK, 104.08 in Iceland. , Uruguay with 101.3 and Qatar with 100.18.


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According to data from the Ministry of Health, 42 million 277 thousand 525 doses of Kovid-19 vaccine have been administered in Turkey so far.

While Turkey ranks 9th in the world in terms of total number of vaccines; The number of vaccines per 100 people was 49.88. The first dose of vaccine was administered to 27 million 809 thousand 728 people and the second dose of vaccine was given to 14 million 467 thousand 797 people.

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