Residents of Guinea's western city of Kindia were among the first to get vaccinated with a new Russian-developed Ebola vaccine at the Centre for Epidemic and Microbiological Research and Treatment (CEMRT) on Wednesday, as part of an ongoing clinical trial. Footage released on Thursday shows people volunteering to receive the world's first Ebola shots administered since the region's 2014 epidemic, which claimed the lives of some 2,535 people. The first 1,000 doses of the Russian Ebola vaccine were sent to Guinea in July 2017. The vaccine, named 'Gam Evak Combi', was developed by Russian scientists from the Gamaleya Research Institute...
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