Subscribe to our channel! rupt.ly/subscribe Volunteers were seen getting vaccinated on Friday at the Okmeydani Training and Research Hospital in Istanbul, participating in phase three of testing for China’s coronavirus vaccine. “This vaccine will provide information on whether the disease reduces its transmission or, if it continues to be transmitted, whether it ensures mild transmission of the disease,” said Professor Mustafa Taner Yildirmak. Thousands of volunteers are expected to participate in phase three of the study. Previously, it was reported that Turkey had signed a contract to purchase 50 million doses of the vaccine from Sinovac Biotech in China. * SOUNDBITES * SOT, Mustafa Taner Yildirmak, Professor (Turkish): “This vaccine will provide information on whether the disease reduces its transmission or, if it continues to be transmitted, whether it provides mild transmission of the disease. Means that it is not It is not only a question of anti-body development, but also whether it allows its transmission and the passage of the disease light. Can it block its transmission? “SOT, Hakan Terzioglu, Volunteer (Turkish): “I studied previous research so I observed that there were no side effects. I don’t think this is a problem because I was informed after I arrived. why I am going to get the vaccine. “SOT, Nigar Terzioglu, Volunteer (Turkish):” There was no one in our family against the vaccine. I’m happy to be able to get the vaccine. After all, it’s a disease very common. It affects the whole world. It is good for us in that respect too. I hope it is for the best. “#Turkey #Istanbul # COVID19 #coronavirus #vaccine #China #volunteers Video ID: 20201127-074 Video on demand: Contact: email@example.com Twitter: Facebook :.
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