Doctors at Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital in Delhi have expressed concern over covachield over covacillin.


Resident physicians at Ram Manohar Lohia (RML) Hospital have demanded that Kovacin be replaced with Kovacin.

Vaccination drives have been launched across the country to defeat the coronavirus. Meanwhile, resident doctors at the well-known Ram Manohar Lohia (RML) Hospital in Delhi have demanded Kovacsin for Kovishield (Kovishield) replacement. In fact, Covishield has completed all stages of vaccine testing, while Hyderabad-based India is going through the trial of the third phase of the biotech cocaine vaccine. However, the central government has allayed fears that much work has been done to develop both vaccines.

In a letter to the hospital’s medical superintendent, RML’s Resident Doctors Association (RDA) said: May not be available for the vaccine, which will fail to promote the vaccine. ”


Physicians say they should be replaced with ‘covishield’ instead of ‘covishield’, which has already completed a three-step test.



Nirmala Mohapatra, vice-president of the Residential Physicians Association, told NDTV that many doctors did not give their names for the nationwide campaign starting today. “We have concerns about cocaine. The cocaine trial is not over yet. We will prioritize Covishield over cocaine,” he said.

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