The Serum Institute in Pune, Maharashtra, which manufactures the Corona Virus Vaccine Covishield of Oxford University, has revealed the price of the vaccine. The institute reported on Monday that the price of Covidshield will be Rs 200 per dose. The institute has also received a purchase order from the Government of India.
Please tell that preparations are going on a war footing in the country regarding the vaccination campaign against the corona virus global epidemic. Cool-X Cold Chain Limited is fully ready to deliver the vaccines to other parts of the country from the Indian Serum Institute in Pune, Maharashtra. Vehicles are ready to carry vaccines.
It is noteworthy that Covid-19 vaccination campaign will start in India from January 16. The decision was taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a high-level meeting on Saturday after taking stock of the current state of the corona epidemic in the country and the preparedness of the states and union territories in view of vaccination.
The vaccine will arrive in most states including New Delhi by Thursday. The serum institute vaccine covishield will be available in most states. 80 percent of the vaccines from Pune will be shipped via flights and special aircraft. On the other hand, Punjab and Chhattisgarh have refused to apply covaxine supplements.
These two Congress-ruled states have said that they will decide on the use of cocaine only when the results of its third phase of trial are out. Explain that the drug regulator has given emergency approval to covaxine based on the results of phase-1 and phase-2. Its phase-3 trials are running at locations across the country.
Prime Minister Modi described it as the world’s largest vaccination campaign and said that it would give priority to about three crore health workers and personnel working on the advance front. In this meeting of the Union Health Ministry, the Prime Minister also reviewed various aspects related to Covid-19 management.
In this regard, a statement issued by the ministry said, “ After a detailed review in view of the upcoming festivals like Lohri, Makar Sankranti, Pongal and Magh Bihu, it has been decided that the Covid-19 vaccination campaign in the country from January 16, 2021 Will be started. ‘
The statement said that after about three crore health workers and personnel working on the front front, about 27 crore persons over 50 years of age and those below 50 years of age with other diseases will be vaccinated.
According to the guidelines of the Ministry of Health, the voter list of Lok Sabha and state assembly elections will be used to identify the age of 50 years. The drug regulator of India last Sunday approved limited emergency use in the country of Covishield, an Oxford-based Covid-19 vaccine produced by the Serum Institute of India, and India Biotech’s indigenously developed vaccine ‘Covaxine’.