A great news is coming out of Britain about the Corona vaccine. Vaccination has started there from Tuesday i.e. today in Britain and in this order a 90-year-old woman has been given the corona vaccine. The woman hails from Northern Ireland, named Margaret Keenan. Margaret Keenan has been given the Pfizer / Bio-N-Tech vaccine. With this, she has become the first person in the world who has been given this vaccine. According to reports, he was given the vaccine at University Hospital in Coventry, central Britain.
According to media reports, Margaret Keenan says that she was the first one to be given the vaccine and that she is feeling proud after taking the vaccine. He said that this is a wonderful gift I got a few days before my birthday and hope that I will be able to live life as before, as well as meet my family members.
Margaret Keenan also encouraged others to take the vaccine and said that when I can get the vaccine done at the age of 90, why can’t others get it. However, vaccination has not been made mandatory in the UK.
Let me tell you that recently the UK drug regulator gave temporary approval for the emergency use of Pfizer’s vaccine, under which vaccination started from Tuesday. Pfizer released a report a few days ago about his vaccine, claiming that his vaccine was up to 95% effective and effective in protecting against corona. The company said that its vaccine was absolutely safe to use, after which the UK drug regulator approved the use of this vaccine.
Apart from Britain, Pfizer’s vaccine has also been approved by Bahrain. Soon people will be vaccinated soon. Apart from this, pharmaceutical company ‘Pfizer India’ has also sought permission from the Indian Drug Regulatory Drugs Controller General of India for emergency use of its vaccine in India.
However, there are some challenges in India regarding the Pfizer vaccine. For example, it needs to be stored at minus 70 degree temperature. Apart from this, delivery of this vaccine in India will also be a major challenge. In fact, it would be very difficult to keep the vaccine at minus 70 degrees in small towns or areas far from the city.