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Iran begins clinical trials of locally made coronavirus vaccine


Tehran (Iran), Feb 28 (EFE).- (Camera: Marina Villén) Iran began on Sunday clinical trials of the locally made Razi Cov Pars coronavirus vaccine, the second to be tested on the country's population.FOOTAGE OF THE START OF CLINICAL TRIALS. SOUNDBITES OF AMIR HOSEIN AMANPUR, 23-YEAR-OLD VOLUNTEER.

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