According to the Russian satellite news agency on August 14, Russian health minister murashko told reporters that there is a great demand for Russian new coronavirus vaccine abroad, but Russia will not sell it to foreign countries until the domestic market demand is met. In response to the question about which countries are interested in buying the product developed by Russia, murashko said, “for the time being, we will not sell it abroad, and there is a great demand, but now we should first ensure the supply of vaccines in the domestic market.” In response to a question about whether vaccines have an impact on the reproductive system, murashko said, “in general, there is no restriction on the use of vaccines,” but “do not vaccinate before pregnancy.”. On August 11, the Ministry of health of Russia registered the world’s first vaccine against new coronavirus infection, which was jointly developed by the National Research Center of epidemiology and microbiology of “gamaliya” and Russian direct investment fund. The vaccine was named Sputnik v. Dmitry riev, President of Russia’s direct investment fund, said the fund has received applications from more than 20 countries to buy one billion doses of vaccine. At the same time, he pointed out that Russia has agreed to produce vaccines in five countries, and the existing capacity will reach 500 million doses per year.