Corona's next generation vaccine will come soon in India
Corona's next generation vaccine will come soon in India

New Delhi: It can be said from the world about the Covid-19 epidemic that it is never going to end. In fact, patients infected with it are constantly being found in India and in view of this, scientists are constantly working on the Next Generation Vaccine to prevent coronavirus. Yes, and continuous research is going on about it. The top health expert said that a lot of efforts are going on in the country to make a vaccine to prevent corona. According to Dr NK Arora, chairperson of the COVID-19 working group NTAGI, "The whole concept of the next generation vaccine is that we don't have to take vaccine doses repeatedly. The second is that if we take the next generation vaccine, it will protect against the current virus strain. At the same time, it will also be better in protecting against new strains of future viruses and protection from the vaccine will remain for a long time."

At the same time, Dr Arora also said, "The next generation vaccine should be such that it should have the ability to protect people from future viruses. Some people are making strain-specific vaccines, while others are trying to make a vaccine by mixing bivalent or two types of viruses or mixing four types of viruses together so that it has long-term benefits. It may take some time to make it.'' Apart from this, Dr Arora spoke about the types of Covid19 vaccines expected in the future.

Yes, he said, "Indian companies and academia have accepted this challenge and more will be known about it in the next few months. As I said, India is always trying to rehearse and then prepare itself. We are working diligently for the next generation of vaccines. In line with other global efforts, Indian companies and academia have embraced this challenge. In the next few months, we will see results."

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