Russia’s COVID-19 vaccine, the military input and what it may mean for the future use of biological weapons

Rod Thornton and Marina Miron On 20 July this year, the Russian Deputy Minister of Defence, Ruslan Tsalikov, announced that his military had developed a COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus) vaccine. It was, he said, ‘ready’ to use. This was some three weeks before the world was told officially that Russia had actually licensed a vaccine.Tsalikov’s declaration… Read More Russia’s COVID-19 vaccine, the military input and what it may mean for the future use of biological weapons