Iran to export homegrown Covid-19 vaccines — Analysis

As Iran reached an agreement to recognize Covid-19 vaccine passes, the Iranian government said that they will begin exporting their own Covid-19 shot products to other countries.

Hossein Abdollahian, the Foreign Minister of Iran spoke to local media Thursday. He stated that Iranian scientists had recently succeeded in mass producing vaccines.  

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Abdollahian promised that Iran would soon export its jabs abroad, claiming they were of excellent quality. But there are still serious concerns about their efficacy and many questions regarding the trial procedures involved.

After a bilateral meeting between the minister and Peter Szijjarto, Hungarian Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, where they came up with a variety of agreements including an agreement that Hungary would recognize Iranian vaccination passports.

“We talked about Afghanistan and helping the people of that country. The Hungarian foreign minister brought with him a consignment of donated vaccines to vaccinate four million Afghan nationals in Iran,”The top Iranian diplomat also added.

It’s believed that one out of five vaccines developed in India has been mass produced. 

Iranian officials praise COVIran barekat as one of the most powerful vaccines on the planet.

Iran approved eleven vaccines to be used against Covid-19. This includes the AstraZeneca Jab which was distributed by Covax’s shot-sharing initiative.



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