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DCGI approval  to vaccine of Serum institute India’, PM Modi congratulates scientists,  innovators


Srinagar, Jan 03 (KINS): The Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sunday asserted that DCGI granting approval to vaccines of Serum Institute India

and Bharat Biotech accelerates the road to a healthier and COVID-free nation.

“It would make every Indian proud that the two vaccines that have been given emergency use approval are made in India! This shows the eagerness of our scientific community to fulfil the dream of an Aatmanirbhar Bharat, at the root of which is care and compassion.   Congratulations India. Congratulations to our hardworking scientists and innovators, the PM said as per news agency KINS.

He further said “We reiterate our gratitude to doctors, medical staff, scientists, police personnel, sanitation workers and all Corona warriors for the outstanding work done, that too in adverse circumstances. We will remain eternally grateful to them for saving many lives”.

The Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI) on Sunday approved the Oxford coronavirus vaccine and Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin, making it India’s first vaccines against the pandemic.

DCGI VG Somani said both the drug firms have submitted data on their trial runs and both have been granted permission for “restricted use”.

The overall efficacy of the Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine was 70.42%, while Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin was “safe and provides a robust immune response”, VG Somani said.

“We’ll never approve anything if there is slightest of safety concern. The vaccines are 100% safe. Some side effects like mild fever, pain and allergy are common for every vaccine. It (people may get impotent) is absolute rubbish,” VG Somani said.

However, he also said that some side effects like mild fever, pain and allergy are common for every vaccine.(KINS)

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