It has just been reported that one of the scientists who had been working on the COVID-19 vaccine has been found dead under "suspicious circumstances"...
Now, this tragic news comes just weeks after the initial success of the first COVID-19 vaccine.
via: ShutterstockPharmaceutical organizations from all around the world have been working tirelessly to discover a vaccine for months, but, to begin with, they didn't have much luck.
However, some amazing news was brought to us a couple of weeks ago.
The vaccine underwent its phase 3 study...
And as for the results?
via: GettyWell, they were looking that good that some countries started distributing the COVID vaccine out to their citizens a few weeks ago.
And over in the United Kingdom...
via: GettyThe first 800,000 doses of the vaccine have been getting steadily administered to eager patients from all across the country.
Things are looking up...And if this vaccine is as effective as its researchers and developers have insisted, we could be looking at a normal reality in a mere few months.
And, as for the people behind the life-saving vaccine?
via: GettyWell, they are nothing but heroes.
And this is is why the news of Dr. Alexander Kagansky has been so highly publicized.
via: YouTubeThe famed biologist, from Russia, was found dead this week outside of a high rise residential building in St Petersburg.
Suspicions surrounding his death are rife...
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@disclosetv That’s suspicious.— Casey A (@Casey A)1608508119.0
@disclosetv Nothing 'accidental" about this death— Lesnyxia (@Lesnyxia)1608510142.0
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@disclosetv This happens a lot in Russia... Just another day...— Lawless In the WH&GOP (@Lawless In the WH&GOP)1608509067.0
Kagansky, forty-five, was best known for his work on fighting cancer...
via: YouTubeAnd worked as an assistant professor in Vladivostok. But, in more recent times, he was Director of the Centre for Genomic and Regenerative Medicine at Russia’s Far Eastern Federal University in Vladivostok as he continued research collaboration with Edinburgh University, where he had worked for thirteen years.
He also played a role in creating a vaccine for COVID-19.
via: YouTubeRussian newspaper, Moskovsky Komsomolets, reported that the academic had been “developing a vaccine against COVID-19," though they gave no further details about which of a number of international COVID-19 vaccines he was reported to have been working on.
But this week, tragedy struck.
via: YouTubeThe scientist was reported to have fallen in his underwear from a fourteenth-floor window of a high rise residential building in St Petersburg, Russia.
It was also reported that he had a stab wound on his body.
via: YouTubePolice believe there was a “scuffle" before Kagansky fell, according to the report.
The Russian Investigative Committee has opened a murder probe and a forty-five-year-old male suspect has been detained.
Yakın arkadaşım, dostum, hayatını insanlığa adamış büyük bir bilim insanını, Rus asıllı kardeşim, Prof. Dr. Alexand… https://t.co/qwnxzL4uGU— Yusuf Baran (@Yusuf Baran)1608608305.0