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The world’s first DNA-based vaccine, even a needle will not prick, know the special things of the country’s first vaccine for children

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Zydus Cadila’s corona vaccine has been approved for emergency use in the country. This vaccine has been named ZyCov-D. The special thing is that it is the world’s first indigenous vaccine based on DNA. This vaccine can be given to people 12 years of age and older. DBT reported that Zycov-D is the world’s first DNA-based anti-coronavirus vaccine. According to this, when given three doses of the vaccine, it produces the spike protein of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which plays an important role in disease and virus protection.

Many advantages of this vaccine have been told. One of its features is that it will be injected with Pharmajet technology without the help of a needle, which reduces the risk of side effects. In a needleless injection, the drug is filled, then it is injected into a machine and applied to the arm. By clicking the button on the machine, the vaccine medicine reaches inside the body.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi described the emergency use approval of Zydus Cadila’s Kovid vaccine ‘Zycov-D’ from the Drug Controller General of India as a “very important moment” and said that India’s approval for the world’s first DNA-based anti-COVID-19 vaccine This is a testament to the innovative zeal of the scientists of India.

The Department of Biotechnology said on Friday that the indigenously developed anti-Kovid-19 vaccine of Zydus Cadila has been approved by the Drug Controller General of India for emergency use. This vaccine can be given to people 12 years of age and older.

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The Prime Minister said in a tweet, ‘India is fighting Kovid-19 with full force. The approval of the world’s first DNA-based Zydus Cadila’s Zycov-D vaccine is a testament to the innovative enthusiasm of scientists in India. Earlier, five vaccines have been approved in the country. These include Serum Institute’s Covishield, Bharat Biotech’s Covaccine, Russia’s Sputnik V, and America’s Moderna and Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine.

Out of these vaccines, Covishield, Covaccine and Sputnik V are being used in the country. With this approval, Zykov-D will be the sixth vaccine. Covishield, Covaccine and Sputnik-V are being given only to people who are above 18 years of age and these vaccines are being given in two doses. In contrast, Zykov-D can be given in three doses in the age group of 12 to 18 years.

DBT reported that Zycov-D is the world’s first DNA-based anti-coronavirus vaccine. According to this, when given three doses of the vaccine, it produces the spike protein of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which plays an important role in disease and virus protection.

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