Top Russian Scientist Working on COVID-19 Virus Vaccine was Murdered

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According to reports, last Sunday, the body of Alexander Kagansky, a top Russian scientist, was found by police and crashed downstairs from a 14-story apartment near Zamshin Street in St. Petersburg. There were marks of stabbing with sharp objects on the body. The police stated that Alexander Kagansky was probably murdered.

Alexander Kagansky (Alexander Kagansky), 45 years old, nicknamed “Sasha”. Before his death, he was developing a vaccine for the COVID-19 virus.

Kagansky has worked in Edinburgh, Scotland for 13 years. He moved to Russia in 2017 and started working as an assistant professor in Vladivostok. He is famous for his cancer research.

His most recent job was as the director of the Center for Genomics and Regenerative Medicine of the Russian Far Eastern Federal University. According to reports, before he was found dead on Sunday, he was developing a vaccine against the new coronavirus.

In August of this year, Russia announced that it has successfully developed a COVID-19 vaccine called Sputnik-V, which is said to be 95% effective and will not cause any major side effects.

Earlier this month, Moscow began a mass vaccination program to end the country’s epidemic. However, scientists are still testing the efficacy and safety of Sputnik-V. It is not clear whether Kagensky was involved in the development of the Sputnik-V.

Russian police are currently investigating the cause of Kagensky’s death. They are interrogating a 45-year-old suspect, and a biologist is reportedly visiting the famous Russian scientist.

Since the spread of the COVID-19 virus, there have been reports of bizarre deaths of relevant scientists from various countries. Whether these are coincidences or accompanied by huge conspiracies, I believe they will be revealed in the near future.

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