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Friday, 1 January 2021

WHO approves Pfizer corona vaccine, India likely to get approval today

Good news on New Year: WHO approves Pfizer corona vaccine, India likely to get approval today


3 companies Serum Institute of India, Bharat Biotech and Pfizer have applied for emergency use approval (file photo)



What will be the first corona vaccine in the country can be decided today.  So far, Serum Institute of India, Bharat Biotech and Pfizer have applied for emergency use approval.



The Serum Institute is developing a vaccine called Covishield. Developed by Oxford University and Pharma AstraZeneca. Bharat Biotech, a maker of the indigenous vaccine Covexin in addition to the Serum Institute, made a presentation to the panel on Wednesday. At the same time, the American company Pfizer has asked for more time to present its data.


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Fine approval will be given after the approval of the
panel. After getting the approval from the expert panel, the application of the companies will go to the Drug Controller General of India for final approval. The government is preparing to start vaccinations this month. For which a dry run of vaccine will be conducted all over the country tomorrow i.e. on 2nd January. The meeting is going to be held a day before the dry run.

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Earlier on Thursday, Drugs Controller General Dr. This suggests that a vaccine may be approved quickly. India is the second-largest corona-affected country in the world after the United States. The government plans to vaccinate 300 million people in the next six to eight months.

The
Oxford vaccine is the government’s biggest hope as it is the cheapest at the forefront of the cove shield race . However, the government has not yet signed an agreement with the Serum Institute for its purchase. The company says it will focus on its domestic market first. It will then be exported to South Asian countries and Africa.

Adar Poonawala, CEO of the world's largest vaccine maker, said on Monday that about 50 million doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine have already been prepared. It is planned to make 100 million doses by March next year.





Emergency use is allowed in these countries

The Pfizer and Modern vaccines have received emergency use approval in the United States.
Britain has approved the Pfizer and Estrogen Gene vaccines. Vaccination is going on here.
China has recently approved the vaccine of indigenous company Sinopharm with certain conditions.
Mass vaccination has also been introduced in Russia by the indigenous vaccine Sputnik V.
Canada has approved Pfizer and Bioentech vaccines.

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