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Tuesday, October 12, 2021

Russian vaccine Sputnik-V in question, British media claim Oxford-AstraZeneca's formula was stolen from vaccine

Russia has been accused of stealing the blueprint of Britain-made Oxford-AstraZeneca's Corona vaccine from its spies and making the first Covid vaccine with its help. Security agencies have informed United Kingdom ministers about this and said that they have solid evidence to prove this. That Kremlin spy agents stole the Covid vaccine plan and then used it to make their own vaccine.
According to the report of 'The Sun', the blueprints and sensitive documents were stolen by the Russian spy himself. Security Minister Damian Hinds, however, declined to confirm the allegations, but did say that cyber attacks are becoming more frequent.

According to security sources, a Moscow spy personally went to Britain to steal the secret design of the vaccine. However, it is not clear whether the blueprint was a paper from the pharma company's lab or the vial of the vaccine prepared for the study.

Sources also said that hackers had carried out cyber attacks on Oxford University in early March 2020 i.e. after British scientists announced to start research for the vaccine.

Oxford-AstraZeneca announced the first human trial of the vaccine in April last year, but Moscow went several steps ahead. Russia announced in August last year that it had made the world's first Covid-19 vaccine, Sputnik-V.