The coronavirus has also reached the forests of the Amazon, making it necessary to get the corona vaccine soon. And India is also working hard for तहत। Getting that vaccine is the biggest challenge for the world right now.
According to Dr. Harshvardhan, Union Health Minister of India, 4 of these 14 vaccines will cross the preclinical stage and reach the stage of clinical trial soon. India is in constant touch with WHO for vaccine development.
DBT is also providing necessary clearance and financial support.
However, Dr. Harshvardhan stated that even if work on vaccine development is done as soon as possible, it could take at least a year.
However, it may take a year, but work has begun on issuing regulatory clearances and guidelines for Indian companies. Responsibility for corona vaccine, medication, and diagnostics has been assigned to DBT. DBT had 500 proposals to make the vaccine, some of which have been funded by the company.
There are currently more than 100 vaccines in the world that are being worked on and the development of all these vaccines are being coordinated with the हु। Even countries like Thailand have said they will have the vaccine ready within the next 6-7 months. It is also in India’s interest for India to find a vaccine soon.
Not only that but even after the vaccine is made, it can take many years for it to reach other countries in the world, as the country that gets the vaccine first, will be the first to prepare to vaccinate its citizens. That is why those countries may stop vaccine exports.
This means that even after the vaccine is made, it can take many years for it to reach other countries. After all, the vaccine is a matter in which both the economy and the monarchy are entangled. Rich countries will get vaccines soon Poor countries will not get vaccines.
This means that even in this race for vaccines, it has become very important for India to stay ahead. This is because the incidence of corona in India is increasing day by day and India needs a vaccine. So making a vaccine for India is the biggest challenge at present.