Covid-19: Dr. Poonam Khetrapal Singh informed that India will get 75 lakh doses of Moderna Vaccine through Covax

Rapid vaccination campaign is going on around the world for the prevention of Coronavirus. In India too, crores of people have been given doses of corona. Amidst the limited availability of Corona vaccine, WHO Regional Director Dr. Poonam Khetrapal Singh has given important information. He has said that India has been offered 75 lakh doses of Moderna Vaccine through the Covax Program.

However, it is not yet clear when these vaccines will be available in the country, as the WHO said that the availability of vaccines is subject to the clearance of the indemnity clause. Dr. Poonam further said that the delta variant of Corona has spread to more than 100 countries. The way it is spreading, it will soon become the most prominent Covid-19 strain globally. Delta spreads the fastest among all forms of concern.

Let us tell you that after the second wave of corona virus wreaked havoc in India, vaccines are being rapidly approved for emergency use. Last month, the Drugs Controller General of India had also approved the Moderna Vaccine for emergency use. The dose of the vaccine will be imported by Indian pharmaceutical company Cipla.

At the same time, NITI Aayog member Dr VK Paul recently said that the government is actively working with Moderna to find out how and when its Covid-19 vaccine can be made available in the country.

He had said, “… the specifics of the contract are under discussion. The discussions are not over yet. We are trying to get it done as soon as possible. Now we look forward to hearing yes from them any time now.” .”

According to sources, the Indian government has put certain conditions for finalizing the indemnity clause contract and it has been sent to the US drugmaker. Let us inform that so far more than 41 crore corona vaccine doses have been applied in the country.

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