The Drug Controller General of India has currently allowed Kovaxin and Kovishield for emergency use. (Symbolic picture)
Vaccination in India: Currently, the second wave of Corona virus in India continues to wreak havoc. In such a situation, difficulties have increased due to the collapse of health systems. However, many countries including America, Britain and Germany have come forward to help India.
Also read: Sputnik-V can be extended between the first and second dosesCurrently, the second wave of Corona virus continues to wreak havoc in India. In such a situation, difficulties have increased due to the collapse of health systems. However, many countries including America, Britain and Germany have come forward to help India. These countries have decided to send help to India immediately. At the same time, the World Health Organization has also expressed concern over the deteriorating Kovid situation in India. Also, WHO has asked to send help and experts.
Like the world’s first artificial satellite, Russia has named the vaccine Sputnik 5. It is an adenovirus-based vaccine, which is being used for large-scale vaccination in Moscow. Russian President Vladimir Putan has said that one of his daughters has got both doses of this vaccine. Also, this vaccine has been approved in 59 decades. Currently, Oxford-AstraZeneca’s Kovishield and Bharat Biotech’s Kovaxin, produced at the Serum Institute of India in India, have received emergency permission.