Technical experts from the World Health Organization (WHO), jointly with the European Medicines Agency, are due to begin the next round of the review of Russia's Sputnik V vaccine against Covid-19 on May 10, a WHO representative told RIA Novosti.
"Inspections for good manufacturing practices will take place from 10 May to 1st week of June," the WHO representative said.
A joint team from the WHO and EMA are currently carrying out inspections for good clinical practices related to the shot developed by Gamalaya Institute.
Meanwhile, by the end of May, Ukraine is supposed to get 1.4 million doses of anti-coronavirus vaccine developed by AstraZeneca company. Chief Sanitary Doctor of Ukraine Viktor Lyashko said so at a briefing on April 23.
At that, Lyashko said that 950,000 doses of Pfizer vaccine are supposed to reach Ukraine in June.
The official added that eight million doses of vaccine from coronavirus are supposed to be delivered in Ukraine within COVAX initiative.
Earlier, Ukraine received 367,200 doses of AstraZeneca vaccine, which was manufactured in South Korea. The medication was delivered within the COVAX global initiative.