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India will have corona vaccine in early 2021: report

This information comes from a report by Bernstein Research, a top Wall Street research and brokerage firm.

New York. India will certainly have the approved vaccine within the first quarter of 2021. Also, the world’s largest vaccine manufacturer Serum Institute of India (SII), Pune by scale, will be in a position to distribute its first vaccine. This information comes from Thursday’s report by Bernstein Research, a top Wall Street research and brokerage firm.

The Bernstein report, reviewed by IANS, says there are four candidates globally that are close to the approval of the vaccine by the end of the current year 2020 or early 2021. Through the partnership, India has two, the first being the AZ / Oxford viral vector vaccine and the Nov / Wax protein sub-unit vaccine together with the AZ / Oxford vaccine.

It further states, “SII is in the best position to commercialize vaccine candidates with one or both partnerships, based on their current capability and qualifications, at the time of approval, with regard to pricing and pricing.”

The data from the first phase and trials of the remaining stages of both of these candidates look promising in terms of ‘safety and the vaccine’s ability to elicit an immune response’.
The report elicited an upbeat response to India’s ‘global capacity equation’, with its manufacturing ring scale expected not to face challenges.

The report says that the Serum Institute of India can supply 60 crore doses in 2021 and 100 crore doses in 2022, while Gavi the Vaccine Alliance and the company’s commitment to the low and middle-income markets in India will be 2021. 40 to 500 million doses should be available in these doses. The report estimates that the vaccine volume between the government and private market will be 55:45.

The report further states, “We believe government channels will have access to these capabilities first but also believe that there will be a large private market for this. In terms of funding, manpower and delivery infrastructure, the government will Will struggle to bear the burden on its own and we hope that private markets will also take steps in this direction. “

SII has announced that Gavi will pay three dollars for every dose. The Bernstein report states that the government is expected to have a purchase price of three dollars per dose and six dollars per dose for consumers.
The report provides information about three other Indian pharma companies apart from SII, which are working on their own vaccine candidates and are currently in Phase I and II. These companies are Zydus, Bharat Biotech and Biology

India produces around 230 crore doses of various vaccines every year, including SII, Bharat Biotech, Biologie E and some smaller companies.

Globally, SII is the single largest manufacturer of vaccines with a capacity of 150 million doses. Globally, two out of every three children receive a vaccine manufactured by SII.

SII joined Gavi the Vaccine Alliance and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to accelerate the manufacture and delivery of up to 100 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine for India and low and middle-income countries (LMICs) earlier this August Partnered.

SII has helped to increase manufacturing ring capacity with this partnership, so that once one or both the vaccine gets regulatory approval and prequalification from WHO, India and the low and middle-income nations will get the first of 2021 Large-scale dose delivery and production can be done in half.
Nikhila Natarajan


Source: www.patrika.com

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