corona vaccine in India: A day ago, Adar Poonawala, head of the Serum Institute of India, said that India would not allow the export of Oxford-AstraAnica’s Corona virus vaccine for several months. However, now a day after its statement, the CEO of the company has issued a clarification on Tuesday. Also Read – Pfizer Corona Vaccine Update: Pfizer again under suspicion, Death of health worker in Portugal, side-effects also seen in Finland-Bulgaria
Poonawala said on Twitter and said that all countries will be allowed to export vaccines. At the same time, he has issued a joint public statement to remove any misunderstanding regarding Bharat Biotech. Also Read – Not only India, Pakistan is also running ‘Covaxin’ trial, company answers every question of opposition
The Serum Institute of India and Bharat Biotech issued a joint statement on Tuesday. In their statement, both the vaccine manufacturers have said that their corona vaccine is available for all countries. Also Read – This person got the first vaccine of Oxford-AstraZeneca, this vaccine has been approved in India too.
Serum Institute of India and Bharat Biotech said in a joint statement, “We are fully aware of the importance of vaccines for people and countries, we have pledged our joint pledge to provide global reach for our COVID-19 vaccines.” Repeat again. “