Aloisio Antonio Gomes de Matos1, Guilherme Pinto Cardoso2 and Modesto Leite Rolim Neto1*
1Department of Medicine, Federal University of Cariri – UFCA, Brazil
2Department of Medicine, Federal University of Ceará – UFC, Brazil
Sputnik V was the world's first vaccine against the new coronavirus to be registered by a world health entity. The Russian immunizing agent is a vaccine based on adenovirus, which worries some international authorities due to the possibility of an interaction between the vaccine vector and the immune system of those vaccinated. Even after the publication of the results of phase 3 of the vaccine studies, there are several discussions about the safety and effectiveness of the vaccine, which call into question whether or not the vaccine should be made available around the world.
Vaccine; Sputnik V; Coronavirus; Health public
Gomes de Matos AA, Cardoso GP, Rolim Neto ML. Sputnik V: Is the Russian Vaccine Safe?. Clin Surg. 2021; 6: 3265..