India relies on AstraZeneca vaccine to protect its population against Kovid-19
India carried out vaccination simulations across the country on Saturday and planned to launch its campaign early next week. The country of 1.3 billion people relies on the vaccine developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca which is a major duplication ahead of a massive campaign. India simulated vaccination across the country before launching on 2 January, Saturday – early next week if the situation allows – a major vaccination campaign against Kovid-19 in this country of 1, 3 billion inhabitants. A government commission on Friday recommended the use of a vaccine developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca and injections may come earlier this week after the last green light given by the Medicines Authority of India. The third most bereaved country, India, the third country in the world affected by coronovirus after United States and Brazil, has set an ambitious target of vaccinating 300 million people by mid-2021. According to a report set up by the AFP on Friday from official sources, there are 148,994 deaths and 10,286,709 contamination cases in India. The Serum Institute of India, the world’s largest vaccine producer, has already accumulated thousands of doses of the Covishield vaccine developed by AstraZeneca, and 96,000 healthcare workers have been trained to vaccinate it. The exercises performed on Saturday included the exact inclusion of health workers exercising on mannequins at centers set up specifically for the upcoming vaccination campaign around the country. The United Kingdom and Argentina were the first countries to authorize the AstraZeneca / Oxford vaccine. With afp
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