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Zydus Cadila Turns DNA Pioneer With COVID-19 Vaccine Approval

Trials Planned In Younger Age Group

Executive Summary

With an emergency approval, Zydus Cadila has commercialized the world’s first plasmid DNA vaccine for human use and the first COVID-19 vaccine for use in adolescents in India. Will efficacy against the Delta variant help tide over hesitancy towards a new technology or a lack of publicly published data hamper acceptance?

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