Turkey's domestic COVID-19 vaccine receives a emergency use authorization from the ensuing administration

Turkey's domestic COVID-19 vaccine receives a emergency use authorization from the ensuing administr ...

Turkish government gave Turkish experts the right to use the vaccine against COVID-19 from next week's end, a spokeswoman said.

Turkey started developing Turkovac this year, but its launch date was widened by delays. President Tayyip Erdogan said Turkey would make the vaccine available globally.

Turkey has already administered more than 125 million doses of vaccines using the Chinese Chinese vaccine maker Sinovac and Pfizer/BioNTech, and more than 51 million have received two doses of the vaccine. At the same time, it has begun to administer boosters shots.

Koca spoke at the production facility of the vaccine in Sanlirufa, the southwestern province.

Turkey's daily infection numbers increased from 20,000 to 200, while daily death toll remains by 20.

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