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Turkey began production of coronavirus vaccine

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The head of the Turkish Red Crescent Committee, Karam Kinik, has issued a statement regarding the coronavirus vaccine.

Axar.az reports that the head of the committee announced that they will begin industrial production of hyper immunoglobulin, called "passive immune system."

That is, we will produce a "passive vaccine" with the antibodies we have obtained by purifying the plasma. We have completed our first work. "In the event of a new pandemic, we will have enough frozen plasma and passive vaccines," Kinik said.

One of the most successful ways to treat coronavirus has been plasma transfusions. Turkey is one of the earliest countries in the world to start plasma transfusions for coronavirus patients. So far, plasma has been transported to about 4,000 people in Turkey.

Date
2020.06.02 / 17:28
Author
Tural Azimzadeh
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