[article / observer Qiqian] research and development teams in many countries around the world are stepping up the research and development of new coronal vaccines. At present, the research and development teams of China and Germany are promoting the phase III international clinical trial of the vaccine, while Russia announced the registration of the world’s first new crown vaccine on August 11. On August 19, local time, fahrettin koca, Turkey’s health minister, announced that Turkey was in talks with Russian, German and Chinese teams to conduct phase III trials of the new crown vaccine, Reuters reported. In a press release, koja said Germany and China had applied for phase III clinical trials in Turkey and submitted the results of preclinical trials. The Turkish government wants to see the results of preclinical trials in Russia before the trial. According to who’s report on the progress of global vaccine research and development on August 10, there are nearly 200 new coronal vaccines under development in the world before August 11. Among them, 6 have entered the phase III clinical trial (large-scale volunteer trial). The vaccines jointly developed by China Kexing company, Wuhan Virus Research Institute, Beijing Virus Research Institute and sinopharma group, as well as the joint development of Germany’s biontech company, Fosun Pharmaceutical and Pfizer company are among them. According to CCTV news, the vaccine developed by Chen Wei, an academician of the Chinese Academy of engineering and researcher of the Academy of Military Sciences, entered the phase III international clinical trial on August 13. It is worth noting that “satellite-v”, the world’s first new crown vaccine, announced by Russia on August 11, is not included in this list. The number of new coronavirus cases in Turkey has been on the rise in recent weeks. On August 19 local time, 1303 new confirmed cases were reported in Turkey, the highest level in a single day since the end of June, Reuters reported, citing official data. According to the real-time statistics of Johns Hopkins University, as of 9:30, August 20, Beijing time, Turkey had 253108 confirmed cases and 6039 deaths. Turkey relaxed its epidemic control measures on June 1, leading to a rebound in July, with new cases hovering around 1000 for three weeks in a row, according to Reuters. At present, the Turkish government has begun to impose fines on people who do not wear masks or keep social distance in public.