Iran on Sunday presented its own vaccine against the Nura coronavirus, created by the Bagiatollah University of Medical Sciences, in the presence of Minister of Health Said Namaki and commander-in-chief of the IRGC General Hossein Salami, Trend reports citing IRNA.
Clinical trials of the Nura vaccine, created by specialists from the Research Center of Bagiatollah Hospital and Imam Hossein University (Peace be upon him!), Have begun today.
In addition to the Nura vaccine, proprietary vaccines such as Kov Iran Barakat, Fakhra and Pasto Kovac are also produced in the country.
According to the Ministry of Health, 4,374,729 people have so far received the first dose, and 906,564 people have received the second dose of the coronavirus vaccine in the country. Thus, 5 million 281 thousand 275 people were vaccinated in Iran.