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Vivek Agnihotri received praise for his film The Vaccine War depicting the development of the Covaxin vaccine. Sudha Murty called it a ‘heart-touching’ tale.
Mumbai's rollout of the intranasal Covid-19 vaccine saw a low response on the first day with only 23 senior citizens taking the booster dose. The vaccine, iNCOVACC by Bharat Biotech, will be administered to those above the age of 60 and eligible six months after their second dose of either Covishield or Covaxin. The state health department recently procured 2 lakh doses, of which BMC procured around 2,000 doses. The vaccine will be given through spot registration at 24 centres across Mumbai.
As an exceptional case, the state government issued an order relaxing some conditions for the procurement of the vials of the vaccines.
Published on Apr 18, 2023 07:46 AM IST
Krishna Ella, founder and executive chairman of Bharat Biotech, spoke in an interview with Rhythma Kaul about the need for such partnerships, demand for its anti-Covid nasal vaccine, and whether deaths due to India-made drugs have dented the country’s reputation as the pharmacy of the world.
Bharat Biotech dispatched three lakh doses of its intranasal COVID-19 vaccine to some hospitals two days ago, the company's executive chairman Krishna Ella said on Sunday.
Published on Feb 05, 2023 06:42 PM IST