Iranian leader Khamenei received the first dose of the Kovid-19 vaccine developed in his country

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After the approval of the emergency use of “COVIRAN Barakat”, developed by Iranian scientists, the leader of the country Khamenei administered the first dose of the vaccine.
He walked past the cameras to get shot.

In a statement after receiving the live national vaccine, Khamenei said that despite all the insistence, there is no vaccine yet and that he is waiting for the vaccine produced by Iranian scientists.

Health Minister Said Nemeki, who was present during Iranian leader Khamenei’s vaccination process, also criticized the United States for restrictions and obstacles in the vaccine supply.

Iran first tested COVIRAN Bereket on humans on December 29, 2020 and reported positive results. Tayyibe Muhbir, daughter of Muhammed Muhbir, the head of the scientific committee, was the first volunteer to be vaccinated.

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The first human trial of Razi Cov Pars, the country’s second native vaccine, was carried out on February 28 and the vaccine was administered to 133 volunteers initially.

Iranian Minister of Health Saïd Nemeki announced on June 14 that the emergency use of the domestic vaccine COVIRAN Bereket, developed against the new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19), was authorized.

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