new Delhi: Oxford’s Corona vaccine may be available to the general public by April 2021. Serum Institute of India CEO Adar Poonawalla said that the Oxford Kovid-19 vaccine should be available for health workers and the elderly by February next year and by April for the general public.
By 2024, every Indian will have been vaccinated
He said that the price of the two doses required to be given to the public will be maximum of one thousand rupees but it will depend on the final results of the trial and the approval of the regulator. Poonawalla said at the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit (HTLS) 2020 that probably by 2024 every Indian would have been vaccinated.
He said, “Every person in India will take two or three years to get vaccinated. This is not only because of the shortage in supply but also because you need budget, vaccine, equipment, infrastructure. Then to get vaccinated. People should be persuaded and these are the factors that require 80-90 percent of the entire population to be vaccinated. “
India’s fixed vaccine dose procurement reached 1.5 billion
India has approved buying 1.5 billion doses of Kovid-19 vaccine. This figure is more than 1.2 billion of European Union and 1 billion doses of United States. The Wall Street Journal report claimed. According to the report, India is the third in terms of number of doses of Kovid-19 vaccine, which has committed to purchase. The report is based on the initiative of Duke College Launch and Speedometer.
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