List of COVID-19 vaccine authorizations

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National regulatory authorities have granted emergency use authorizations for twenty-two COVID-19 vaccines. Six of those have been approved for emergency or full use by at least one WHO-recognized stringent regulatory authority (Oxford–AstraZeneca, Pfizer-BioNTech, Sinopharm-BBIBP, Moderna, Sinovac and Janssen). [1]

Overview maps[edit]

Oxford–AstraZeneca[edit]

  Full authorization
  Emergency authorization
  Eligible COVAX recipient
  Usage stopped

The Oxford–AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine, sold under the brand names Vaxzevria[2] and Covishield, is a viral vector vaccine[3] produced by the British University of Oxford, British-Swedish company AstraZeneca, and the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations.[3][4][5] Denmark and Norway permanently halted the use of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine due to a small number of reports of a rare blood clot disorder.[6][7] Slovakia suspended its use after the death of a predisposed recipient.[8] South Africa suspended its use because a small trial found only minimal protection against mild to moderate disease from the locally predominant Beta variant.[9]

Full (2)
  1. Australia[10][11]
  2. Brazil[12]
Emergency (170)
  1. Afghanistan[13][14]
  2. Albania[15]
  3. Algeria[16]
  4. Andorra[17]
  5. Angola[18]
  6. Argentina[19]
  7. Armenia[20]
  8. Azerbaijan[21]
  9. Bahrain[22]
  10. Bangladesh[23][24]
  11. Benin[21]
  12. Bhutan[25][26]
  13. Bolivia[21]
  14. Bosnia and Herzegovina[27]
  15. Botswana[28]
  16. Brunei[29]
  17. Burkina Faso[30]
  18. Cambodia[21]
  19. Cameroon[21]
  20. Canada[31][32]
  21. Cape Verde[33]
  22. Central African Republic[30]
  23. Chile[34]
  24. Colombia[35]
  25. Comoros[21]
  26. Congo, DR[36]
  27. Congo, Rep. of the[21]
  28. Costa Rica[37]
  29. Djibouti[21]
  30. Dominican Republic[38]
  31. East Timor[39]
  32. Ecuador[40]
  33. Egypt[41]
  34. El Salvador[42]
  35. Eswatini[43]
  36. Ethiopia[44][45][46]
  37. Fiji[21]
  38. Gambia[47]
  39. Georgia[48]
  40. Ghana[49]
  41. Guatemala[50]
  42. Guinea-Bissau[51]
  43. Guinea[30]
  44. Honduras[21]
  45. Hungary[52]
  46. India[53]
  47. Indonesia[54]
  48. Iran[55]
  49. Iraq[56]
  50. Ivory Coast[57]
  51. Japan[58]
  52. Jordan[59]
  53. Kenya[60]
  54. Kiribati[30]
  55. Kosovo[61][62]
  56. Kuwait[63]
  57. Laos[30]
  58. Lebanon[64]
  59. Lesotho[65]
  60. Liberia[66]
  61. Libya[67][68]
  62. Madagascar[21]
  63. Malawi[69][70]
  64. Malaysia[71]
  65. Maldives[72]
  66. Mali[73]
  67. Mauritania[30]
  68. Mauritius[74]
  69. Mexico[75]
  70. Micronesia[30]
  71. Moldova[76]
  72. Mongolia[77]
  73. Montenegro[21]
  74. Morocco[78]
  75. Mozambique[21]
  76. Myanmar[79]
  77. Namibia[80]
  78. Nauru[81]
  79. Nepal[82]
  80. New Zealand[30]
  81. Nicaragua[21]
  82. Niger[21]
  83. Nigeria[83]
  84. North Macedonia[84]
  85. Oman[21]
  86. Pakistan[85]
  87. Palestine[21]
  88. Panama[21]
  89. Papua New Guinea[86][87]
  90. Paraguay[30]
  91. Peru[88]
  92. Philippines[89]
  93. Qatar[30]
  94. Rwanda[90]
  95. Samoa[81]
  96. São Tomé and Príncipe[21]
  97. Saudi Arabia[91]
  98. Senegal[30]
  99. Serbia[92]
  100. Seychelles[93]
  101. Sierra Leone[94]
  102. Solomon Islands[21]
  103. Somalia[95]
  104. South Korea[96][97]
  105. South Sudan[98]
  106. Sri Lanka[99]
  107. Sudan[100][101]
  108. Syria[30]
  109. Taiwan[102]
  110. Tajikistan[103]
  111. Thailand[104]
  112. Togo[105]
  113. Tonga[106][107][108]
  114. Tunisia[30]
  115. Turkmenistan[30]
  116. Tuvalu[81]
  117. Uganda[109]
  118. Ukraine[110]
  119. United Arab Emirates[21]
  120. United Kingdom[111][112][113]
  121. Uruguay[21]
  122. Uzbekistan[21]
  123. Vanuatu[30]
  124. Vietnam[114]
  125. Yemen[115]
  126. Zambia[116][117][118]
  127. Zimbabwe[30]

European Economic Area countries[2][119]

  1. Austria
  2. Belgium
  3. Bulgaria
  4. Croatia
  5. Cyprus
  6. Czechia
  7. Estonia
  8. Finland
  9. France
  10. Germany
  11. Greece
  12. Hungary
  13. Iceland
  14. Ireland
  15. Italy
  16. Latvia
  17. Liechtenstein
  18. Lithuania
  19. Luxembourg
  20. Malta
  21. Netherlands
  22. Poland
  23. Portugal
  24. Romania
  25. Slovakia
  26. Slovenia
  27. Spain
  28. Sweden

CARPHA countries[120]

  1. Antigua and Barbuda
  2. Bahamas
  3. Barbados
  4. Belize
  5. Dominica
  6. Grenada
  7. Guyana
  8. Haiti
  9. Jamaica
  10. Saint Kitts and Nevis
  11. Saint Lucia
  12. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
  13. Suriname[121]
  14. Trinidad and Tobago


CARPHA non-country entities[120]

  • Anguilla
  • Aruba
  • Bermuda
  • British Virgin Islands
  • Caribbean Netherlands
  • Cayman Islands
  • Curaçao
  • Montserrat
  • Sint Maarten
  • Turks and Caicos Islands

Other non-country entities

Pfizer–BioNTech[edit]

  Full authorization
  Emergency authorization
  Eligible COVAX recipient

The Pfizer–BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, also known as Comirnaty,[128] is an mRNA vaccine[129] produced by the German company BioNTech and the American company Pfizer.[129][130][131] In Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan, Comirnaty is distributed by Fosun Pharma.[132][133][134][135][136][137]

Full (5)
  1. Australia[138][139]
  2. Brazil[140]
  3. New Zealand[141]
  4. Saudi Arabia[142][143]
  5. Switzerland[144][145]
Emergency (114)
  1. Afghanistan[21]
  2. Albania[146]
  3. Andorra[147]
  4. Argentina[148]
  5. Azerbaijan[30]
  6. Bahrain[149][150]
  7. Bangladesh[151]
  8. Bhutan[30]
  9. Bolivia[21]
  10. Bosnia and Herzegovina[27]
  11. Botswana[152]
  12. Brunei[29]
  13. Canada[129][32][153]
  14. Cape Verde[21]
  15. Chile[154]
  16. Colombia[155]
  17. Costa Rica[156]
  18. Ecuador[157]
  19. El Salvador[21][158]
  20. Georgia[30]
  21. Guatemala[50]
  22. Guinea[30]
  23. Honduras[30]
  24. Indonesia[159]
  25. Iraq[160]
  26. Israel[161]
  27. Japan[58][162][163]
  28. Jordan[164]
  29. Kuwait[165]
  30. Laos[30]
  31. Lebanon[166]
  32. Libya[21]
  33. Malaysia[167]
  34. Maldives[168]
  35. Marshall Islands[a]
  36. Mexico[169][170]
  37. Micronesia[a]
  38. Moldova[76]
  39. Monaco[171]
  40. Mongolia[172]
  41. Montenegro[30]
  42. Nigeria[173]
  43. North Macedonia[174]
  44. Oman[175]
  45. Pakistan[176]
  46. Palau[a]
  47. Palestine[21]
  48. Panama[179]
  49. Peru[180]
  50. Philippines[181]
  51. Qatar[182]
  52. Rwanda[21]
  53. San Marino[21]
  54. Serbia[183][184]
  55. Singapore[185]
  56. South Africa[186][187]
  57. South Korea[188][189]
  58. Sri Lanka[190]
  59. Sudan[21]
  60. Taiwan[136][137]
  61. Thailand[191]
  62. Tunisia[143]
  63. Turkey[192]
  64. Ukraine[193]
  65. United Arab Emirates[194]
  66. United Kingdom[195][196][197]
  67. United States[198][199]
  68. Uruguay[200]
  69. Vatican City[201][202]
  70. Vietnam[203]

European Economic Area countries[128][119]

  1. Austria
  2. Belgium
  3. Bulgaria
  4. Croatia
  5. Cyprus
  6. Czechia
  7. Denmark
  8. Estonia
  9. Finland
  10. France
  11. Germany
  12. Greece
  13. Hungary
  14. Iceland
  15. Ireland
  16. Italy
  17. Latvia
  18. Liechtenstein
  19. Lithuania
  20. Luxembourg
  21. Malta
  22. Netherlands
  23. Norway
  24. Poland
  25. Portugal
  26. Romania
  27. Slovakia
  28. Slovenia
  29. Spain
  30. Sweden

CARPHA countries[204][205]

  1. Antigua and Barbuda
  2. Bahamas
  3. Barbados
  4. Belize
  5. Dominica
  6. Grenada
  7. Guyana
  8. Haiti
  9. Jamaica
  10. Saint Kitts and Nevis
  11. Saint Lucia
  12. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
  13. Suriname
  14. Trinidad and Tobago

CARPHA non-country entities[204]

  • Anguilla
  • Aruba
  • Bermuda
  • British Virgin Islands
  • Caribbean Netherlands
  • Cayman Islands
  • Curaçao
  • Montserrat
  • Sint Maarten
  • Turks and Caicos Islands

Other non-country entities

Janssen[edit]

  Full authorization
  Emergency authorization
  Eligible COVAX recipient
  Usage stopped

The Janssen COVID-19 vaccine[212] is a viral vector vaccine[213] produced by Janssen Pharmaceutica (a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson) and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.[214][215] It is also known as Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine and as COVID-19 Vaccine Janssen.[216] Three countries, Denmark, Finland, and Norway, discontinued the use of the Janssen vaccine in favor of other available vaccines due to a possible link between the vaccine and a rare blood clot disorder.[217]

Full (2)
  1. Australia[218][219]
  2. Switzerland[220][221]
Emergency (85)
  1. Afghanistan[30]
  2. Andorra[17]
  3. Bahrain[222][223]
  4. Bangladesh[224][225]
  5. Botswana[226]
  6. Brazil[227]
  7. Brunei[30]
  8. Canada[228]
  9. Chile[229]
  10. Colombia[230]
  11. Djibouti[30]
  12. Ghana[231]
  13. Guinea[30]
  14. Honduras[21]
  15. Jordan[30]
  16. Kuwait[232]
  17. Laos[30]
  18. Libya[21]
  19. Malaysia[233]
  20. Maldives[234]
  21. Marshall Islands[a]
  22. Mexico[235][236]
  23. Micronesia[a]
  24. Moldova[237]
  25. Morocco[30]
  26. Nepal[238]
  27. New Zealand[30]
  28. Nigeria[239]
  29. Palau[a]
  30. Palestine[30]
  31. Philippines[240]
  32. Qatar[30]
  33. Saudi Arabia[30]
  34. South Africa[241]
  35. South Korea[242]
  36. Syria[30]
  37. Taiwan[243]
  38. Thailand[244]
  39. Tunisia[245]
  40. Ukraine[30]
  41. United Kingdom[246]
  42. United States[247][248]
  43. Vietnam[249][250]
  44. Zambia[116][117][118]

European Economic Area countries[119]

  1. Austria
  2. Belgium
  3. Bulgaria
  4. Croatia
  5. Cyprus
  6. Czechia
  7. Estonia
  8. France
  9. Germany
  10. Greece
  11. Hungary
  12. Iceland
  13. Ireland
  14. Italy
  15. Latvia
  16. Liechtenstein
  17. Lithuania
  18. Luxembourg
  19. Malta
  20. Netherlands
  21. Poland
  22. Portugal
  23. Romania
  24. Slovakia
  25. Slovenia
  26. Spain
  27. Sweden

CARPHA countries[204][251]

  1. Antigua and Barbuda
  2. Bahamas
  3. Barbados
  4. Belize
  5. Dominica
  6. Grenada
  7. Guyana
  8. Haiti
  9. Jamaica
  10. Saint Kitts and Nevis
  11. Saint Lucia
  12. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines[252]
  13. Suriname
  14. Trinidad and Tobago


CARPHA non-country entities[204]

  • Anguilla
  • Aruba
  • Bermuda
  • British Virgin Islands
  • Caribbean Netherlands
  • Cayman Islands
  • Curaçao
  • Montserrat
  • Sint Maarten
  • Turks and Caicos Islands

Other non-country entities

Moderna[edit]

  Full authorization
  Emergency authorization
  Eligible COVAX recipient

The Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, also known as COVID-19 Vaccine Moderna,[256] is an mRNA vaccine[257] produced by the American company Moderna, the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, the U.S. Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority, and the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations.[258][259]

Full (1)
  1. Switzerland[260]
Emergency (86)
  1. Andorra[17]
  2. Bahrain[30]
  3. Bangladesh[261]
  4. Botswana[262]
  5. Brazil[263]
  6. Brunei[30]
  7. Canada[264][32]
  8. Colombia[265]
  9. Congo, Rep. of the[21]
  10. Guatemala[50]
  11. Honduras[266]
  12. India[267]
  13. Indonesia[268]
  14. Israel[269]
  15. Japan[58][270]
  16. Jordan[30]
  17. Kuwait[271]
  18. Libya[21]
  19. Maldives[272]
  20. Marshall Islands[a]
  21. Micronesia[a]
  22. Moldova[237]
  23. Mongolia[77]
  24. Nigeria[273]
  25. Pakistan[30]
  26. Palau[a]
  27. Palestine[21]
  28. Paraguay[30]
  29. Philippines[274]
  30. Qatar[275]
  31. Rwanda[21]
  32. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines[252]
  33. Saudi Arabia[91]
  34. Singapore[276]
  35. South Korea[277]
  36. Sri Lanka[30]
  37. Taiwan[278]
  38. Thailand[279]
  39. United Arab Emirates[280]
  40. United Kingdom[281][282]
  41. United States[283][284]
  42. Vietnam[285][286]

European Economic Area countries[256][119]

  1. Austria
  2. Belgium
  3. Bulgaria
  4. Croatia
  5. Cyprus
  6. Czechia
  7. Denmark
  8. Estonia
  9. Finland
  10. France
  11. Germany
  12. Greece
  13. Hungary
  14. Iceland
  15. Ireland
  16. Italy
  17. Latvia
  18. Liechtenstein
  19. Lithuania
  20. Luxembourg
  21. Malta
  22. Netherlands
  23. Norway
  24. Poland
  25. Portugal
  26. Romania
  27. Slovakia
  28. Slovenia
  29. Spain
  30. Sweden

CARPHA countries[204][251]

  1. Antigua and Barbuda
  2. Bahamas
  3. Barbados
  4. Belize
  5. Dominica
  6. Grenada
  7. Guyana
  8. Haiti
  9. Jamaica
  10. Saint Kitts and Nevis
  11. Saint Lucia
  12. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
  13. Suriname
  14. Trinidad and Tobago


CARPHA non-country entities[204]

  • Anguilla
  • Aruba
  • Bermuda
  • British Virgin Islands
  • Caribbean Netherlands
  • Cayman Islands
  • Curaçao
  • Montserrat
  • Sint Maarten
  • Turks and Caicos Islands

Other non-country entities

Sinopharm-BBIBP[edit]

  Full authorization
  Emergency authorization
  Eligible COVAX recipient

BBIBP-CorV is an inactivated virus vaccine produced by the China National Pharmaceutical Group (Sinopharm) and its Beijing Institute of Biological Products.[289][290]

Full (4)
  1. Bahrain[291]
  2. China[292]
  3. Seychelles[293]
  4. United Arab Emirates[294][295]
Emergency (79)
  1. Afghanistan[296]
  2. Algeria[297]
  3. Angola[298]
  4. Antigua and Barbuda[299]
  5. Argentina[300]
  6. Bangladesh[301]
  7. Barbados[302]
  8. Belarus[303]
  9. Belize[21]
  10. Bolivia[304]
  11. Bosnia and Hergezovina [305]
  12. Brazil[263]
  13. Brunei[306]
  14. Bhutan[307]
  15. Cambodia[308]
  16. Cameroon[21]
  17. Chad[309]
  18. Comoros[21]
  19. Congo[21]
  20. Djibouti[21]
  21. Dominica[310]
  22. Dominican Republic[311]
  23. Egypt[312]
  24. Equatorial Guinea[313]
  25. Ethiopia[314]
  26. Gabon[315]
  27. Gambia[30]
  28. Georgia[316]
  29. Guinea-Bissau[21]
  30. Guinea[30]
  31. Guyana[317]
  32. Hungary[318][319]
  33. Indonesia[320]
  34. Iran[321]
  35. Iraq[56]
  36. Jordan[322]
  37. Kazakhstan[323]
  38. Kuwait[30]
  39. Kyrgyzstan[324]
  40. Laos[325]
  41. Lebanon[326]
  42. Malaysia[327]
  43. Maldives[328]
  44. Mauritania[329]
  45. Mauritius[21]
  46. Moldova[330]
  47. Mongolia[331]
  48. Montenegro[332]
  49. Morocco[333]
  50. Mozambique[334]
  51. Myanmar[335]
  52. Namibia[336]
  53. Nepal[337]
  54. Niger[338]
  55. North Korea [339]
  56. North Macedonia[340]
  57. Pakistan[341]
  58. Palestine[342]
  59. Papua New Guinea[343]
  60. Paraguay[30]
  61. Peru[344]
  62. Philippines[345]
  63. Senegal[346]
  64. Serbia[347]
  65. Sierra Leone[348]
  66. Solomon Islands[349]
  67. Somalia[350]
  68. Sri Lanka[351]
  69. Sudan[352][353]
  70. Syria[30]
  71. Thailand[354]
  72. Trinidad and Tobago[355]
  73. Tunisia[356]
  74. Turkmenistan[357]
  75. Vanuatu[358]
  76. Venezuela[359]
  77. Vietnam[360]
  78. Zambia[361]
  79. Zimbabwe[362]


Non-country entities

Sputnik V[edit]

  Full authorization
  Emergency authorization
  Eligible COVAX recipient (ongoing assessment)[123]
  European Medicines Agency (EMA) review in progress[366]

The Sputnik V COVID-19 vaccine is a viral vector vaccine[367] produced by the Russian Gamaleya Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology.

Full (2)
  1. Turkmenistan[368][369]
  2. Uzbekistan[370]
Emergency (72)
  1. Albania[15]
  2. Algeria[371]
  3. Angola[372]
  4. Antigua and Barbuda[373]
  5. Argentina[374]
  6. Armenia[375]
  7. Azerbaijan[376][377]
  8. Bahrain[378]
  9. Bangladesh[379]
  10. Belarus[380]
  11. Bolivia[381]
  12. Bosnia and Herzegovina[382]
  13. Brazil[383] (restricted)
  14. Cameroon[384]
  15. Chile[385]
  16. Congo[372]
  17. Djibouti[372]
  18. Ecuador[386]
  19. Egypt[41]
  20. Gabon[387]
  21. Ghana[388]
  22. Guatemala[389]
  23. Guinea[390]
  24. Guyana[391]
  25. Honduras[392]
  26. Hungary[393][382][319]
  27. India[394]
  28. Iran[395]
  29. Iraq[396]
  30. Ivory Coast[30]
  31. Jordan[397]
  32. Kazakhstan[398]
  33. Kenya[399]
  34. Kyrgyzstan[400]
  35. Laos[325]
  36. Lebanon[401]
  37. Libya[67][68]
  38. Maldives[402]
  39. Mali[403]
  40. Mauritius[404]
  41. Mexico[405]
  42. Moldova[76]
  43. Mongolia[406]
  44. Montenegro[407]
  45. Morocco[408]
  46. Myanmar[409]
  47. Namibia[410]
  48. Nepal[411]
  49. Nicaragua[412]
  50. Nigeria[413]
  51. North Macedonia[414]
  52. Oman[415]
  53. Pakistan[416]
  54. Palestine[417]
  55. Panama[418]
  56. Paraguay[419]
  57. Philippines[420]
  58. Russia[421]
  59. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines[252]
  60. San Marino[422][423]
  61. Serbia[424]
  62. Seychelles[425]
  63. Slovakia[426]
  64. Sri Lanka[427]
  65. Syria[428]
  66. Thailand[citation needed]
  67. Tunisia[429]
  68. Turkey[430]
  69. United Arab Emirates[431]
  70. Venezuela[432]
  71. Vietnam[433]
  72. Zimbabwe[434]


Non-country entities

CoronaVac[edit]

  Full authorization
  Emergency authorization
  Eligible COVAX recipient
  European Medicines Agency (EMA) review in progress[366]

CoronaVac is an inactivated virus vaccine[437] produced by the Chinese company Sinovac Biotech.[437][438][439] Malaysia will stop using CoronaVac once its existing contract for 12 million doses is delivered. An additional 3 million doses would be kept as a stockpile for those who were allergic to other vaccines.[440]

Full (1)
  1. China[441]
Emergency (54)
  1. Albania[15]
  2. Armenia[442]
  3. Azerbaijan[443]
  4. Bangladesh[444]
  5. Benin[445]
  6. Bolivia[446]
  7. Bosnia and Herzegovina[447]
  8. Botswana[448]
  9. Brazil[449]
  10. Cambodia[450]
  11. Chile[451]
  12. Colombia[452]
  13. Djibouti [453]
  14. Dominican Republic[454]
  15. East Timor[455]
  16. Ecuador[456]
  17. Egypt[457]
  18. El Salvador[458]
  19. Equatorial Guinea[30]
  20. Fiji[459]
  21. Georgia[460]
  22. Guinea[461]
  23. Hungary[30]
  24. Indonesia[462][463]
  25. Kazakhstan[464]
  26. Laos[441]
  27. Libya[465]
  28. Malaysia[440]
  29. Myanmar[466]
  30. Mexico[467]
  31. Moldova[468]
  32. Nepal[469]
  33. North Macedonia[470]
  34. Oman[415]
  35. Pakistan[471]
  36. Panama[472]
  37. Paraguay[473]
  38. Philippines[474]
  39. Singapore[475] (restricted)
  40. Somalia[21]
  41. South Africa[476]
  42. Sri Lanka[477]
  43. Sudan[21]
  44. Tajikistan[478]
  45. Tanzania[479]
  46. Thailand[480]
  47. Togo[481]
  48. Tunisia[482]
  49. Turkey[483]
  50. Turkmenistan[484]
  51. Ukraine[485]
  52. Uruguay[441]
  53. Uzbekistan[486]
  54. Zimbabwe[434]


Non-country entities

Covaxin[edit]

  Full authorization
  Emergency authorization
  Eligible COVAX recipient (ongoing assessment)[123]

Covaxin is an inactivated virus vaccine produced by the Indian company Bharat Biotech and the Indian Council of Medical Research.[53]

Full (0)
Emergency (21)
  1. Argentina[491]
  2. Botswana[492]
  3. Brazil (restricted)[383]
  4. Central African Republic[21]
  5. Comoros[21]
  6. Estonia(for tourist)[493]
  7. Ethiopia[30]
  8. Guatemala[492]
  9. Guyana[492]
  10. India[53]
  11. Iran[494]
  12. Mauritius[495]
  13. Mexico[496]
  14. Myanmar[497]
  15. Nepal[498]
  16. Nicaragua[492]
  17. Pakistan[30]
  18. Paraguay[499][500]
  19. Philippines[501][502]
  20. Venezuela[492]
  21. Zimbabwe[503]

Sputnik Light[edit]

  Full authorization
  Emergency authorization

Sputnik Light is a viral vector vaccine,[504] produced by the Russian Gamaleya Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology. It actually consists of the first dose of the Sputnik V vaccine, which is based on the Ad26 vector.[505]

Full (0)
Emergency (12)
  1. Angola[506]
  2. Bahrain[507]
  3. Belarus[508]
  4. Congo[509]
  5. Kazakhstan[510]
  6. Kyrgyzstan[511]
  7. Mauritius[512]
  8. Mongolia[513]
  9. Nicaragua[514]
  10. Palestine[515]
  11. Russia[516]
  12. Venezuela[517]

Convidecia[edit]

  Full authorization
  Emergency authorization
  Eligible COVAX recipient (ongoing assessment)[123]

Convidecia is a viral vector vaccine[518] produced by the Chinese company CanSino Biologics and the Beijing Institute of Biotechnology of the Academy of Military Medical Sciences.

Full (1)
  1. China[519]
Emergency (8)
  1. Argentina[520]
  2. Chile[521]
  3. Ecuador[522]
  4. Hungary[523][319]
  5. Malaysia[524]
  6. Mexico[467]
  7. Moldova[237]
  8. Pakistan[525]

Sinopharm-WIBP[edit]

  Full authorization
  Emergency authorization

WIBP-CorV is an inactivated virus vaccine produced by the China National Pharmaceutical Group (Sinopharm) and its Wuhan Institute of Biological Products.

Full (1)
  1. China[526]
Emergency (4)
  1. North Macedonia[30]
  2. Peru[30]
  3. United Arab Emirates[143]
  4. Venezuela[30]

EpiVacCorona[edit]

  Full authorization
  Emergency authorization

EpiVacCorona is a peptide vaccine produced by the Russian State Research Center of Virology and Biotechnology VECTOR.[527]

Full (1)
  1. Turkmenistan[528][529]
Emergency (2)
  1. Belarus[530]
  2. Russia[531][532]

Zifivax[edit]

  Full authorization
  Emergency authorization

Zifivax is a subunit vaccine produced by the Chinese company Anhui Zhifei Longcom Biopharmaceutical.[533]

Full (0)
Emergency (2)
  1. China[534]
  2. Uzbekistan[535][536]

Abdala[edit]

  Full authorization
  Emergency authorization

Abdala is a subunit vaccine developed by the Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology in Cuba.

Full (0)
Emergency (2)
  1. Cuba[537][538][539]
  2. Venezuela[540]

CoviVac[edit]

  Full authorization
  Emergency authorization

CoviVac is an inactivated virus vaccine[504] produced by the Chumakov Centre at the Russian Academy of Sciences.[541]

Full (0)
Emergency (1)
  1. Russia[542]

QazCovid-in[edit]

  Full authorization
  Emergency authorization

QazCovid-in, also known as QazVac, is an inactivated virus vaccine developed by the Research Institute for Biological Safety Problems in Kazakhstan.[543]

Full (0)
Emergency (1)
  1. Kazakhstan[543]

Minhai[edit]

  Full authorization
  Emergency authorization

Minhai COVID-19 vaccine, is an inactivated virus vaccine developed by Minhai Biotechnology Co. and Kangtai Biological Products Co. Ltd. in China.[544]

Full (0)
Emergency (1)
  1. China[544]

COVIran Barakat[edit]

  Full authorization
  Emergency authorization

COVIran Barakat, is an inactivated virus vaccine developed by Shifa Pharmed Industrial Co in Iran.[545]

Full (0)
Emergency (1)
  1. Iran[545]

Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences[edit]

  Full authorization
  Emergency authorization

Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences COVID-19 vaccine, is an inactivated virus vaccine developed by Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences.[546]

Full (0)
Emergency (1)
  1. China[546]

Soberana 02[edit]

  Full authorization
  Emergency authorization

Soberana 02, is a conjugate vaccine developed by Instituto Finlay de Vacunas.[547]

Note: While there has been a mass innoculation campaign in Cuba under an "observational study",[537] no formal emergency authorisation has been given as of 9 July 2021.

Full (0)
Emergency (1)
  1. Iran[547]

Medigen[edit]

  Full authorization
  Emergency authorization

MVC-COV1901, is a protein subunit vaccine developed by Medigen Vaccine Biologics and Dynavax Technologies.[548]

Full (0)
Emergency (1)
  1. Taiwan[548]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i via United States authorization through Compact of Free Association[177][178]

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