More than half of the world needs made in India vaccine

Jan 22 2021 09:48 AM
More than half of the world needs made in India vaccine

After the launch of the vaccination campaign against Covid in India, the demand for which has started catching up in other countries also. The situation is that 92 countries in the world are contacting India for made in India vaccine. This has further strengthened India's credibility as a vaccine hub. The negligible side effects of vaccines manufactured in India have been observed after the vaccination campaign against Covid-19 was launched last Saturday. In view of this, many countries in the world have grown interested. The Dominican Republic's PM Roosevelt Skerrit has written a letter to PM Narendra Modi requesting him to send the Covid vaccine. Where he has written in his letter that with all humility, I request you to send the vaccine so that we can protect our people from the epidemic.

In addition, Brazil has sent a special aircraft to India to bring the vaccine. President Zaire Bolsonaro is being requested to send the vaccine by writing to PM Modi. It has been revealed that the Bolivian government has entered into an agreement with the Serum Institute for 50 lakh doses of covid vaccine. The Government of India has also been sending vaccines to several neighbouring countries including Nepal, Bangladesh and Myanmar as a goodwill.

As per the information received, the nationwide immunization campaign in India is going to help Covishield and Covaxin The Covishield has been developed by Oxford and AstraZeneca which is being produced by the Serum Institute at Pune. Covaxin is a fully indigenous vaccine and has been manufactured by Bharat Biotech in collaboration with ICMR.

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