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    Iran to produce 7mn doses of COVID-19 vaccine as of Oct.-Nov.

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    TEHRAN, May 03 (MNA) – Head of Pasteur Institute of Iran Alireza Biglari announced that seven million doses of coronavirus, COVID-19, vaccines will be produced as of Iranian months of Mehr and Aban (falls on Oct.-Nov.) in the current year.

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    Speaking in an interview with Mehr news agency on Monday, Dr. Alireza Biglari pointed to the production of COVID-19 vaccine between Islamic Republic of Iran and Cuba and said that the joint production of coronavirus vaccine between Iran and Cuba is being tested clinically.

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    If this vaccine is approved by the Ministry of Health and Medical Education after testing, “We will be able to produce 6-7 million doses of this vaccine per month.”

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    Turning to the latest situation of Iran-Cuba joint COVID-19 vaccine, Dr. Biglari stated, “Fortunately, this vaccine is undergoing the third phase of its clinical trials in eight cities of the country.”

    For the production line of this joint COVID-19 vaccine, effective planning has been made, ranging from filling the vial to its most important part i.e. quality control (QC) of the vaccine, head of Pasteur Institute of Iran emphasized.

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