There may finally be an end in sight. Two weeks after Russia’s home-grown Covid-19 vaccine was administered to a group of volunteers, there have been no side-effects, and it seems mass immunization may be just around the corner. Russia to prepare 70 million doses of Covid-19 vaccine, lead scientist hopes it will provide immunity for more than 2 years. Volunteers of the first group…feel good and have no complaints about their health,” said a Ministry of Defense press release. “Over the past two weeks, there have been no serious side-effects.” Volunteers in the second testing group, who received the injection five days later, also report a lack of adverse reactions. The testing of Russia’s coronavirus vaccine is being carried out jointly by the country’s Ministry of Defense and the Gamalei Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology, located in Moscow. In early June, volunteers were selected from a mixture of military personnel and civilians.