Serhat TUNAR -TDO- Vladimir Gushchin, head of the Gamaleya Center laboratory for Population variability mechanisms of pathogenic microorganisms, explained that there are no components banned by Islam in the 'Sputnik v' vaccine developed by the Gamaleya center as part of the fight against coronavirus.
Speaking at the roundtable entitled ‘coronavirus vaccine in light of Islamic religious rules’ organized by the Muslim religious administration of Russia, Gushchin said: “in preparing for this roundtable, we looked at the approach of Islam as a priority, especially on dead animals, pigs, blood and other things. The vaccine does not contain any of these. It would be great if you could support us in spreading this information, passing it on to people.”
Gushchin added that the food source in the reactors was an isolated human cell in 1973, and that its descendants were used as a breeding ground infected with adenovirus to develop the viral product that is the basis of the vaccine, after which all cellular components except viral particles were cleared.