Here’s How to register for corona vaccination in India: Your step-by-step guide

The government started with the dry run for Covid-19 vaccination at most of the states. Soon a section of the population will receive their first vaccine shot. Preparation for administering doses at vaccine centres, logistics requirement and other arrangements are also at full swing. Country’s top drug regulator, DCGI has approved Oxford’s COVID-19 vaccine Covishield and Bharat […]

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Big news: India will have Corona Vaccine in Early 2021, Know the Price

India will have a vaccine of approved corona virus (COVID-19) available within the first quarter of 2021. Also, Serum Institute of India, the world’s largest vaccine manufacturer based on scale, will be in a position to distribute its first vaccine. This information comes from Thursday’s report from a top Wall Street research and brokerage firm, […]

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Oxford COVID-19 Vaccine: All You need to know about Price, Trial, Production in India

Coronavirus has infected more than 1.5 crore people across the globe since outbreak. No vaccine has been developed yet, to protect against the deadly novel virus. The scientists and researchers are scrambling to develop a COVID-19 vaccine. At present, three vaccine candidates are at the final stage of their trials. Among them, Oxford’s COVID-19 vaccine has shown […]

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How Quickly can Bharat Biotech’s Coronavirus Vaccine Hit the Market?

Fifty-two days after the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) announced its partnership with Bharat Biotech to develop a fully indigenous vaccine, the Hyderabad-based company has said that the vaccine candidate COVAXIN has received regulatory approval for accelerated human clinical trials. COVAXIN, which is a fully indigenous vaccine, has been developed using a strain isolated at ICMR’s National Institute of Virology (NIV), Pune. Bharat […]

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India to Take Part in WHO’s Vaccine Trials to Check Coronavirus

India has volunteered to participate in the World Health Organization’s (WHO) ongoing solidarity trial for developing vaccines for Covid-19, as the number of cases in the country ballooned to more than 804. WHO with its partners is organizing a study called the solidarity trial in many countries in which some of the untested treatments are compared […]

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Indian Scientist in Australia Brings World Closer to a Coronavirus Vaccine

In a major breakthrough for global preclinical response to the novel coronavirus (nCoV) outbreak, a team led by an overseas citizen of India has grown the first batch of the virus outside China in sufficient stocks to cater to forthcoming studies in the high security lab of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) in Australia. […]

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