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TURKOVAC ['tɜ:rkəvæk]) (temporarily named as ERUCOV-VAC ) is a COVID-19 vaccine candidate developed by Health Institutes of Turkey and Erciyes University.(pronunciation:
In November 2020, TURKOVAC started on phase I trials with 44 participants in Turkey.
In February 2021, TURKOVAC started on phase II trials with 250 participants in Turkey.
In June, TURKOVAC started on phase III trials with 40,800 participants in Turkey.
The Turkish Minister of Health said 25 November 2021: that the vaccine has been approved for use in emergency cases
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