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Multiple COVID-19 vaccines, including from J&J, Pfizer and RDIF, are seen gaining approvals in India in 2021, following on from a raft of R&D, manufacturing and marketing tie-ups, as well as other developments, in the action-packed field last year.
India has given conditional accelerated approval to AstraZeneca partner Serum Institute, and separately to Bharat Biotech, for their COVID-19 vaccines. With the latter’s candidate still in Phase III trials, the unprecedented decision has caused controversy given the national regulator had earlier said an EUA would not be granted unless trials are completed.
India gave a conditional accelerated approval to AstraZeneca partner Serum Institute and separately, to Bharat Biotech for their COVID-19 vaccines. With the latter’s vaccine still in Phase III trials, the unprecedented decision caused a flutter as the regulator had earlier said an EUA would not be granted unless trials are completed.
Which vaccines will India use for immunizing its 1.35 billion population against COVID-19? Where will the money come from? Will it allow sales of these vaccines in the market? As the world’s largest democracy gets set to roll out its immunization plan, here’s a look at a few pertinent questions.
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