- Russia’s Sputnik V corona virus vaccine will reach India
- First dose to reach India on May 1, RDIF informed
- People over the age of 18 in the country will also get the vaccine
- Kovishield and covaxine are being installed in the country right now.
Between May 1, the second wave of Corona virus in India, the work of applying the vaccine to people between the age of 18 years is going to start. Earlier a good news came from Russia. The first dose of the Sputnik V vaccine from the Russian Direct Investment
He has also stated that India is an important producer of this vaccine. In India, Covishield of AstraZeneca and Oxford University and Covaxin of Bharat Biotech are currently being provided in India.
Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine was the first to be registered in the world. It has been approved in 60 countries. The report, published in the medical journal The Lancet, found it to be 91.6 percent effective in an interim analysis. Dimitriv has told CNN in an interview that the first dose will reach India on 1 May. Currently, people above 45 years are getting vaccinated in India.
Dr. Sandeep Nair, Senior Director at Super Specialty Hospital in New Delhi, says that India’s doctors are looking at getting Sputnik V as soon as possible. He has said that there has been a good study on the Russian vaccine and it is a good backup, so hopefully it is achieved quickly.
Indian strain is more contagious …
Experts have given an important information about the Indian form of corona virus. They say that it can spread rapidly, similar to the British form, but so far there is little evidence that it is more deadly than the original virus. The B1.617 form of SARS-COV2 is also called double mutant or Indian motif. This pattern has been found in badly affected Maharashtra and Delhi by the second wave of the epidemic.
A shortage of oxygen in Jammu and Kashmir, a plant set up at the district hospital in Poonch