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Russian scientists have begun testing prototypes of potential vaccines against the coronavirus on animals in a laboratory in Siberia, it was said in a statement from the Russia’s consumer health regulator. Scientists in the Vektor State Virology and Biotechnology Centre in the city of Novosibirsk have developed vaccine prototypes based on six different technological platforms and began tests on to try to work out how effective they are and in what doses they could be administered, the regulator said.

Scientists around the world have warned that the development of a vaccine is a lengthy and complex process that might only yield something for broader use in the next 12-18 months.

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