Bihar prepares for COVID vaccinations; Here’s who will receive the vaccinations first

In another tweet, he said that most of the concerns regarding the agricultural legislation that allows farmers the freedom to sell crops at the best prices anywhere in the local market and in the open market of the country are unfounded or politically motivated. The Central Government is engaged in removing the fears of the farmers of Punjab and Haryana. When the top leadership of the government is constantly trying to find a solution with their solemnity and sympathy with their representatives, then the attempt to create pressure on the withdrawal of the prize, by the atmosphere, conveys the intention to escalate the conflict.

Many companies are working on vaccine

Many companies across the world are increasingly working on the corona vaccine. The vaccine is expected to become available in India by early next year. President of the National Expert group on Vaccine administration, VK Paul said that Pfizer and Moderna have given good results in Phase III trials abroad. Britain has also approved this vaccine. Vaccination is also goint to start here next week. It is not being tested in India right now. He said that this vaccine is not available in large quantities. He said that if India also takes some doses, then this vaccine may be available in more quantity in a few months. Paul said that to preserve this vaccine, very advanced technology is needed.

India is currently focussing on five vaccines, keeping in mind its high need, including AstraZeneca-Oxford, Zydus Cadila, Biological E, Dr. Reddy and Bharat Biotech Vaccine. Paul said that these five vaccines can provide a good amount of vaccine and control the epidemic. Many experts say that it is not necessary that the Pfizer vaccine should work in India, owing to the high technology required for its proper storage.

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