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Russia claims to have completed human trials for a COVID-19 vaccine; production to begin by September
Russian is planning a mass vaccination campaign in October and the vaccine will be first given to doctors and teachers.
Abigail Banerji August 06, 2020 17:24:54 IST
In a race to find a vaccine that will protect people from the novel coronavirus, six candidates from around the world
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are now in phase three of human trials. Recent reports from Russia claim that one of their candidates has completed all three phases of human clinical trials successfully. Russia will reportedly begin producing the vaccine soon and already has plans for a massive, country-wide vaccine drive.
Russia currently has two COVID-19 vaccine candidates in the race – one, a vaccine being developed by the Vektor State Research Center of Virology and Biotechnology. The second is a vaccine being produced by the Gamaleya Scientific Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology along with the Russian Defence Ministry.
As of 1 August, TASS reported that human trials of the Gam-COVID-Vac Lyo – the vaccine candidate from the Gamaleya Scientific Research Institute – are now complete. The process of registering the vaccine will begin as early as 10 to 12 August. The vaccine will then be made available 'within three to seven days of registration', as per a Bloombergreport.
"Clinical trials of a coronavirus vaccine developed by the Gamaleya centre are over, paperwork is underway for the vaccine’s registration," Russian Health Minister Mikhail Murashko pointed out in the report.
TASS reports that the head of the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) Kirill Dmitriev said the people who were injected with Gam-COVID-Vac Lyo have developed immunity on the 21st day after receiving the first dose. He said that their immunity has doubled after they received the second injection.
"I can tell you, from first and second phase we have a hundred percent of people developing immunity after day 21. It doubles after the second shot. Hundred percent of animals were also protected (against the novel coronavirus)," Dmitriev said.
However, it was only on 13 July that the reports came out with Russia claiming that their two-part phase I trial was a success.
The World Health Organisation has been tracking various COVID-19 candidates and has made no mention of the vaccine clearing all three phases of human trials. Health experts are worried that Russia is cutting corners and fast-tracking the process putting the people at risk. The WHO also stepped in and has urged the country to follow the established guidelines to produce a 'safe and effective vaccine'.
WHO spokesman Christian Lindmeier saidat a press conference, "Sometimes individual researchers claim they have found something, which is of course, as such, great news. But between finding or having a clue of maybe having a vaccine that works, and having gone through all the stages, is a big difference."
Dr Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases in the United States cautioned, “I do hope that the Chinese and the Russians are actually testing the vaccine before they are administering the vaccine to anyone."
On 2 August, Chief of Russia’s sanitary watchdog Anna Popova said in an interviewon the Rossiya-1 television channel, "I have no doubts that the vaccine [against the novel coronavirus] that is to reach people will be absolutely safe and, of course, efficient."
"I would like to hope that the [immunity] will be sustainable and lasting," she added.
The Russian Defence Ministry also stepped in to clarify that it "tests the vaccine on volunteers in full compliance with the acting legislation and scientific methodological regulations, in order to prevent further risks, without any attempt to reduce the duration of the research."
Production of vaccine to begin
A Reuters report, citing an anonymous source, said that Russia's first potential vaccine will be approved by regulators this month. Production of this vaccine is all set to begin September.
Industry and Trade Minister Denis Manturov said in an interview with TASS said "The Gamaleya Institute is working on serial production with three enterprises with facilities in the Vladimir, Yaroslavl and Moscow regions, those are Generium, R-Pharm and Binnopharm... We very much hope that serial production will start as early as in September."
While no exact numbers were given, Manturov said that 'several thousands of doses' will be produced each month this year. By 2021, Russian companies will produce 'several million' doses of the Gamaleya National Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology vaccine.
Dmitriev, in an interview with the Rossiya-24 TV channel, said that more than 20 countries from around the world have shown interest in producing the Russian vaccine.
"Our foreign partners express great interest in producing this vaccine in their countries. There is great interest from Brazil, from India, from many other countries that are very much looking forward to the Russian vaccine, the first vaccine in the world," Dmitriev told TASS.
"And more than five countries are now actively working with us to start producing the Russian vaccine," he added.
Mass vaccination by October
On 1 August, Health Minister Murashko said that Russian plans on starting a mass vaccination campaign against the novel coronavirus in October. According to a report by Livemint, the vaccine will be first given to doctors and teachers.
"We plan wider [vaccination] for October because we need to launch a new system of treatment gradually," Murashko said according to a report by TASS.
The vaccine will also be 'free of charge' and the cost will be taken from the country's budget.
Vektor vaccine
The EpiVacCorona vaccine being produced by the Vektor State Research Center and the Biotechnology of the Federal Service for Surveillance on Consumer Rights Protection and Human Wellbeing recently announced that they will begin mass production of the vaccine in November.
They had begun their human trials on 24 July and as of 4 August 2020, onlythree volunteers out of five have been vaccinated with the fifth volunteer getting the first dose yesterday, 5 August. The age from 18-30 years. The EpiVacCorona doses will be administered again after 21 days.
According to the Federal Service for Surveillance on Consumer Rights Protection and Human Wellbeing, Russia is developing 26 additional coronavirus vaccine candidates at 17 research institutions. Murashko said that in the next six to eight weeks, developers of two other vaccines will put in their permission request to start clinical trials on volunteers.

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Pomegranate lowers blood pressure without negative effects on the body.
No wonder the pomegranate is called the royal fruit. And this is not even connected with his "crown" on the "crown". And with the fact that, due to its unique composition and a huge number of useful properties, pomegranates are widely used for medical purposes. This fruit contains a whole vitamin and mineral complex that has an incredible effect on the human body.
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It turns out that pomegranate juice contains as many as 15 types of amino acids, 6 of which, in addition to pomegranate, can only be found in meat. So, if you decide to give up meat products, you can get the substances necessary for health from pomegranate. We want to tell you about the amazing properties of the royal fruit. Read on and draw conclusions for yourself!
Useful properties of pomegranate.
It improves hormonal levels, it turns out that pomegranate seeds contain oils that restore hormonal balance in the body. Women should pay special attention to this fruit, as it relieves pain during menstruation, relieves headaches and helps with menopause.
Acts as natural insulin.
Pomegranate is very beneficial for diabetes. 0.5 teaspoon of pomegranate juice 4 times a day lowers blood sugar.
Increases hemoglobin. People with anemia are advised to drink 0.5 cups of diluted pomegranate juice 3 times a day 30 minutes before meals for two months.
Disinfects the oral cavity.
A decoction of pomegranate peel relieves pain and disinfects the throat and mouth during stomatitis, pharyngitis and sore throat.
Reduces blood pressure.
Pomegranate is also necessary for hypertensive patients, since it is able to lower blood pressure without negative consequences for the body. This fruit also has soothing properties. To calm the nervous system, get rid of insomnia and anxiety, you need to drink tea with the addition of dried pomegranate membranes.
Improves memory. It turns out that the use of 8 g of pomegranate juice for four weeks significantly improves the indicators of verbal and visual memory.
Relieves inflammation. For diseases of the kidneys, liver, joints, eyes, ears and genitals, doctors advise using a decoction of pomegranate bark. To prepare it, you should take 2 tsp. chopped bark, pour them 1 stack. hot water and boil the liquid for 30 minutes in a water bath.
Then strain the broth and add boiled water to it. Use this remedy 2-3 times a day, 50 g half an hour before meals.
Reduces hunger. As little as 1 glass of pomegranate juice a day helps you maintain your weight through its ability to prolong feelings of fullness. Scientists claim that this effect is due to the polyphenols contained in the juice, which are famous for their ability to suppress appetite.

Protects against diseases of the cardiovascular system. Continuous consumption of pomegranate in food significantly reduces the risk of death from cardiovascular disease. Also 0.5 stack. pomegranate juice 3 times a day protects against heart attacks and strokes.

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How To Make Banana Tea For Restful Sleep,
I thought I had bananas all figured out. They’re delicious in banana walnut muffins, stirred into yogurt with a drizzle of honey, or dried for an on-the-go snack. But banana tea for sleep? Is that really a thing?
Yep, because bananas are so much weirder than they seem. First of all, they don’t even grow on trees. Banana plants are actually tree-like perennial herbs, and the banana itself is considered a berry. (1)
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the peels we’ve been throwing away all these years? Totally valuable. In fact, from now on I might start throwing away the bananas and keeping the peels for tea. (Not really, but that’s how crazy throwing away the peels sounds to me now.)
So, what’s special about banana peel tea?
When taken about an hour before bed, banana tea can help calm the nervous system and help the body prepare for deep sleep.
That’s because banana peels contain potassium and magnesium, which are both natural muscle relaxants. (2) Magnesium is often called “magic mineral” because it also helps with hormone balance, stress support, detoxification and more. (Read more about the benefits of magnesium here.)
They also contain “the amino acid L-tryptophan, which gets converted to 5-HTP in the brain. The 5-HTP in turn is converted to serotonin (a relaxing neurotransmitter) and melatonin,” aka the sleep hormone. (2) Although I don’t recommend regularly supplementing with melatonin directly, I think it’s a great idea to supply the body with all the materials it needs to make its own.
Oh, and one more thing – bananas are rich in antioxidants like lutein, which helps to protect the eyes and skin from ultra-violet light. (3, 4) Some antioxidants like vitamin C are heat sensitive and break down when exposed to boiling water. Fortunately, lutein is heat stable and will still be present in the banana tea after the peels are boiled.

2 Ways To Make Banana Tea
Banana tea can be made two ways:

Using the whole banana
Just using the banana peel
Whole banana tea is naturally sweetened, which is nice. However, it does contain sugar that can raise blood glucose levels. I’m not agains sugar (hello paleo chocolate chip cookies!), but I do avoid consuming sugar just before bed as part of my intermittent fasting routine. If you’re not familiar with it, intermittent fasting has been shown to be helpful for activating cellular cleanup mode (autophaghy), longevity, immune function, metabolism and more. For that reason I personally use banana peel tea over whole banana tea.
My recipe below uses banana peels, either fresh or dried. However, if you want to try using the entire banana here’s what to do:
Cut off the ends of the banana and slice it into a few pieces. Place it in a small pot and cover it with water. Boil for 10 minutes, then strain the banana out with a colander and drink the tea.
Regardless of which method you try, I recommend opting for organic bananas because conventionally grown bananas are heavily sprayed with pesticides.
Benefits of Using Fresh vs. Dried Banana Peels
I am not aware of any difference in nutritional composition between fresh and dried banana peels, so it really comes down to what’s most convenient for you. You can use a fresh banana peel and save the actual banana for the next day to make chocolate chip banana pancakes or another dessert.
Another option is to save banana peels when you’re making something (these chocolate banana bites maybe) by popping them in the freezer until you need them.
Personally, I like to dry the peels and then use them as a loose tea. It’s super easy as you’ll see in the next section.
How To Dry Banana Peels For Making Tea
If you have a dehydrator, just chop them up, place them in single layer, and dry at 155F for 6-8 hours. One banana peel usually makes about 3 tablespoons of dried peel, which is what I use to make a single cup of tea.
Want to use your oven instead? Preheat the oven to the lowest setting possible, which is usually around 170F. Chop up the peels and place them in a single layer on a baking sheet. Dry them for 2-3 hours, then flip them over and place them back in the oven until they’re dried through. It should be around 2-3 hours for the second drying session, which makes the total drying time around 4-6 hours.
Banana Tea Recipe for Restful Sleep
This delicious, mildly sweet banana tea recipe contains magnesium & potassium, which help to relax muscles, plus an amino acid that helps make serotonin (a relaxing neurotransmitter) & melatonin (often called the sleep hormone).
Makes 6-8 ounces of tea.
CourseDrinks
Prep Time2 minutes
Cook Time8 minutes
Total Time10 minutes
Servings1
AuthorHeather Dessinger
Ingredients
1 organic banana peel, ends trimmed off (or 2 tablespoons dried banana peel)
1¼ cup water
1 cinnamon stick (optional – a dash of cinnamon will also work)
¼ tsp vanilla extract (How to make homemade vanilla extract)
Instructions
Place peel, cinnamon stick (if using) and water in a small pot and bring to a boil. Cover, reduce heat and simmer on low for 8-10 minutes. Remove from heat and strain out the peel. Add vanilla extract (if using) and sweetener if desired before serving.
Nutrition
Carbohydrates: 0g | Protein: 0g | Fat: 0g | Saturated Fat: 0g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 0g | Monounsaturated Fat: 0g | Trans Fat: 0g | Cholesterol: 0mg | Sodium: 0mg | Potassium: 0mg | Fiber: 0g | Sugar: 0g | Vitamin A: 0IU | Vitamin C: 0mg | Calcium: 0mg | Iron: 0mg
Additional Tips For Getting Deeper, More Restful Sleep
Wear orange glasses to encourage natural melatonin production
Sleep on a comfortable, non-toxic mattress
Rotate this tea with passionflower tea

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Minimum 5000 peoples have lost life.

No one can survive within 50mtrs blast range and there was sufficient population there.

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