Health Minister Harsh Vardhan has once again expressed the hope that the first Kovid-19 vaccine made in India will be available by March 2021. He made this remark at a press conference on Monday (26 September). Earlier, the Health Minister had expressed the same hope in the cloud session of the Rajya Sabha. This information has been obtained from the report of Indian media Hindustan Times.
Cognitive tests of three possible corona ticks are currently underway in India. The third phase of the Oxford University and AstraZeneca ‘Vaccine Candidate’ trials began on Monday at Sasson General Hospital in Pune. In addition, a second phase trial of possible biotech vaccine covariance is underway. According to the Uttar Pradesh government, the third phase of cocaicin will begin from October in Gorakhpur and Lucknow. On the other hand, Jidas Cadila is being cleared for the third phase of the trial.
In a press conference on Monday, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said, “Research is currently underway to develop a vaccine. At the moment, there are at least three potential vaccines in various stages of clinical trials. We hope The vaccine will be available in the first quarter of 2021.
On this day, Harsh Vardhan published the 100-year history of the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR). “An online portal has been launched to vaccinate Kovid 19,” he said. Everyone can go to that portal. Learn about ticker research and manufacture and clinical trials. The portal will also provide information about other vaccines in the country.