Dr Harsh Vardhan confirms Covid vaccine coming in early 2021

The Health Minister said, “We are hoping that by the beginning of next year we will get the corona virus vaccine from more than one source.

Dr Harsh Vardhan

Dr Harsh Vardhan

New Delhi: Union Health Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan has expressed hope that the corona virus vaccine in India will come by the beginning of next year. Harsh Vardhan was speaking at the 21st meeting of the Group of Ministers (GoM). During this time he was also accompanied by Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri and Foreign Minister S. Jayashankar.

Corona Vaccine Next year:

The Health Minister said, “We are hoping that by the beginning of next year we will get the corona virus vaccine from more than one source. Our expert groups are preparing a strategy to plan the distribution of the vaccine in the country.

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Earlier in the Sunday Dialogue, the Health Minister had said that prioritizing vaccine supply is very tough. In a large country like India depends on many factors such as risk of infection. Spread of other diseases among different population groups, Covid-19 cases. Between mortality and many more. He said that the most important thing is to ensure that there is no obstruction in the supply of vaccines till the last place.

Researchers at the US drug maker Feijer and its German partners BioNotech, American Moderna and the UK’s AstraZeneca and associate Oxford University can provide first-hand information about the results of a large-scale trial lasting more than two months. However, the trial of Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine has been stopped.

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Meanwhile, Johnson & Johnson has temporarily halted its clinical trial on Corona. In a statement issued on Monday by the company, it said that it has temporarily halted its trial due to an unexplained illness in a study participant.

The company said that such temporary prohibitions continue in large trials, in which more than 10 thousand people are tried. A statement was issued by Johnson & Johnson stating, “We have temporarily halted the clinical trial of all our Covid-19 vaccines.” The company has attributed this to a participant being ill during research.

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