December 4, 2021

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The covax vaccine against Govt-19, developed in India, is 77.8% effective

The Indian vaccine is made from the killed corona virus to show immunity. (REUTERS / Adnan Abidi /)

Vaccine Covaxin (Or BBV152), the first to be developed in India against Govt-19, “clearly prevents disease”, According to a study published the day before yesterday. Developed by Bharat Biotech Laboratory and Medical Research Council of India (ICMR), Kovacsin has an efficiency of 77.8% against Govit-19.

This vaccine is very effective against symptomatic COVID-19 in adults”, Summary of the study Published On Science magazine The Lancet, It is also said to be “well tolerated without any significant serious side effects”. The WHO was already there Approved Days before this vaccine rush Based on this study, it has not yet been made public.

The study covered 25,000 people in India from November 2020 to January 2021, Who received the vaccine or placebo, showed that less than three-quarters of those who were vaccinated had COVID-19 cases. This performance is lower than initially seen in Pfizer and Modern Messenger RNA vaccines, but higher.

Kovacin vaccine, in a file image.  EFE / EPA / Jagadish NV
Kovacin vaccine, in a file image. EFE / EPA / Jagadish NV

Indian vaccine Made from killed corona virus to express immunity. “This is an inactivated vaccine, which is injected in 2 doses at least every 14 days. It showed good performance and safety ratios in the third phase studies. As far as I understand, this has not yet been approved by ANMAT, but I hope it will come soon as a result of WHO approval, ”he explained. Infobe Infectious disease specialist Laudaro di Vedia, Former President of the Argentine Society of Infectiology.

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Having vaccines always adds up, the more there is, the better, so we cover ourselves for any event, And we have alternatives for different types of patients, ”said the expert, pointing out the importance of having a new weapon to defeat the current epidemic.

The WHO approval comes after a lengthy review. The manufacturers applied in April and submitted the first batch of data to the agency on July 6, resolving a number of issues, including the safety and efficacy of the vaccine.

File Image: A health worker administers the Govit-19 covax vaccine on Thursday, October 21, 2021, at a health center in Karia, in the South 24 Parganas district of India.  (AP Photo / Picasso Das)
File Image: A health worker administers the Govit-19 covax vaccine on Thursday, October 21, 2021, at a health center in Karia, in the South 24 Parganas district of India. (AP Photo / Picasso Das)

Kovacs’ WHO list includes Pfizer / Bioendech, Moderna, Astrogeneka, Johnson & Johnson, Synoform and Sinovac anticoagulant vaccines. It is made from corona virus strain SARS-Cove-2 isolated and has its advantages It is stable at 2 to 8 degrees Celsius, which allows its distribution to many countries of the world who have trouble maintaining an extreme cold chain adequately. For example, in Pfizer, it requires a storage of -80 degrees centigrade. In addition, its vials have resistance that allows them to remain open for up to 28 days, which reduces vaccine waste by about 10% to 30%, experts say.

Visit Kovacsin ” can improve the supply of adequate vaccines that proportionately affect low- and middle-income countries“Chinese researchers Jing-Xin Li and Feng-Kai Xu from the Jiangsu Center for Prevention and Control of Disease Control did not participate in the study, but presented an independent analysis to the journal. Differentiates and restricts the generalization of these decisions to other people. “

Kovacs' WHO list includes Pfizer / Bioendech, Moderna, Astrogeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Synoform and Sinovac anticoagulant vaccines.  (REUTERS / Adnan Abidi /)
Kovacs’ WHO list includes Pfizer / Bioendech, Moderna, Astrogeneka, Johnson & Johnson, Synoform and Sinovac anticoagulant vaccines. (REUTERS / Adnan Abidi /)

The WHO said in a tweet that Kovacs had met the standards for protection against Govt-19 and that the benefits of the vaccine outweighed the risks. Growth against COVID-19 has an efficacy rate of 78 percent and should be administered to adults in two doses at four-week intervals, the vaccines are simpler than others, so it is more suitable for poor and developing countries, he said.

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Dr Krishna, a senior executive at Bharat Biotech, said the company focuses on maintaining all, strict quality and safety standards. WHO accreditation “This will allow us to accelerate equitable access to the COVID-19 vaccine and access our vaccine globally,” he said.

Worldwide, about 75 percent of all COV-19 vaccines are given in high- and middle-income countries. According to our World Data Program at Oxford University. In low-income countries only 0.6 percent is given.

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