Europe will not give a discount if the vaccine made in India

Europe will not give a discount if the vaccine made in India, Britain also objected.

Europe will not give a discount if the vaccine made in India, Britain also objected. The Serum Institute of India has developed the Corona antidote, called Covishield, from the University of Oxford in the UK and the vaccine company Astra Zeneca But Britain itself is raising objections to Covishield, even though the AstraZeneca vaccine has been cleared. According to a report, all British citizens who have taken Covishield are not allowed to travel to Europe.

The European Medicines Agency (EMA), the European Union’s (EU) vaccine regulator, recently said it had not received a commercial clearance application for Covishield. So they are not approving basisAfter this, Soumya Swaminathan, the chief scientist of the World Health Organization, tweeted that 15 countries of the European Union are approving Covishield. India used that tweet as a tool to negotiate with the EU.

The EU has so far cleared Fizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson’s Covid antidote Germany’s KievVac and Russia’s Sputnik V, China’s SinoVac are being discussed.
The British Immunization Regulatory Authority (MHRA) had earlier cleared Covishield. The country’s transport minister, Grant Shaps, said those who had been vaccinated with the AstraZeneca vaccine made by India’s Serum Institute would not be barred from traveling. Also British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the same thing. He assured that those who have taken the Indian version of the AstraZeneca vaccine will have no problem. But the report seems to be different.

In the midst of this controversy over vaccines, the infection is on the rise. Infection is on the rise in Britain, Spain and Italy. Meanwhile, Johns Hopkins University in the United States says infections have risen by at least 10 percent in 48 statesIn some provinces, the rate is more than 50 percentIn Los Angeles County, America’s most populous region, the number of infections rose by 500 percent last month. But even in this situation, residents are not reluctant to vaccinate in some areas.

Anthony Fauchi, a leading epidemiologist in the United States, said, “If immunizations are stopped in this way, adults will have to pay the price for the mistakes of the adults”. Experts have repeatedly said that the youngest will be the most affected by the third wave.

Because, they didn’t get the vaccine. The virus will spread in the unvaccinated body. The flames have started to burn now. In Mississippi, for example, seven children are in the ICU. 2 children on ventilator in critical condition. Source: ABP.


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