Booster shot of Covaccine will be given through the nose, will be necessary after 6 months of second dose


Krishna Ella, chief of ‘Bharat Biotech’ and the developer of India’s first anti-coronavirus vaccine ‘Covaccine’, said on Wednesday that the third dose should be given six months after the second dose of the anti-Covid-19 vaccine, this is the best time. . At the same time, he also emphasized the importance of the nasal vaccine. He also underlined that his company ‘Zika’ is the first company in the world to make an anti-vaccine. He also said that his company is soon considering to bring the nasal vaccine as a booster dose.

Ella said in a program that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Covaccine’ vaccine shows his faith in Indian science. “The third dose should be given only six months after the second dose,” he said. This is the best time for the third dose. India is also considering to bring the vaccine given from Biotechnak as a ‘booster’ dose. Talking about the importance of ‘Nasal Vaccine’, he said that the whole world wants such vaccines.


He said, ‘This is the only way to stop the infection. Everyone is trying to find out ‘immunology’ and luckily, Bharat Biotech has figured it out.” Ella said, “We are bringing the nasal vaccine… We are looking into whether a second dose of Covaxin can be given by nose, which is strategically, scientifically very important because if you give the second dose through the nose, you can prevent the infection from spreading. stop it.”

Regarding the anti-Zika vaccine, Alla said that Bharat Biotech has developed an anti-Zika virus vaccine. The first phase has been completed. The government will have to do more trials as the cases are more. He said, “We were the first company in the world to make an anti-Zika vaccine in 2014. We were the first to apply for a global patent for an anti-Zika vaccine.”


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