Geneva: Another new vaccine will be available in the wake of the corona boom. The World Health Organization (WHO) has approved an emergency vaccine for the American company Moderna. The Moderna vaccine has been added to the list of AstraZeneca, Pfizer-BioNtech, and Johnson & Johnson vaccines approved by the World Health Organization for emergency use. The World Health Organization, meanwhile, says many countries struggling with vaccine shortages have approved emergency use. She explained that their primary goal is to see that there is no shortage of drugs, vaccines and diagnostics in the current situation.
World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Mariangela Simaw said the situation would be “very dangerous” if there were no vaccines during the crisis to make more vaccines available in the system. While the supply of coagulation from India to the rest of the world … at present the supply from India has stopped as the corona cases in India have reached a climax. On the other hand, Modernna has revealed that it will increase vaccine production to 3 billion doses by 2022. However, experts from the World Health Organization expressed satisfaction with the vaccine brought from Moderna to Corona in January. Last year, emergency approvals were given to Pfizer and Bioentech at the last minute.
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Since then, vaccines from the AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson and Serum Institutes have been approved. The Sinoform vaccine Sinovac, which is being manufactured in China, will also be approved soon. It looks like it could be approved next week. Corona positive cases are at a record level in India. It is disturbing that over 4 lakh positive cases are being registered every day and a few thousand deaths are taking place. The Indian government has been distributing the vaccine to 18- to 44-year-olds in various states across the country since Saturday. However, there is a possibility of further delay in the vaccination program due to shortage of vaccine in some states.