COVAX India: Govt allows Serum Institute to export 50L Covishield doses under COVAX to 4 nations

The Union government has permitted the Serum Institute of India to send out 50 lakh dosages of Covid-19 immunization Covishield under the UN-supported COVAX worldwide antibody program to Nepal, Tajikistan and Mozambique, official sources said on Sunday.

The Union government has permitted the Serum Institute of India to send out 50 lakh dosages of Covid-19 immunization Covishield under the UN-supported COVAX worldwide antibody program to Nepal, Tajikistan and Mozambique, official sources said on Sunday.

Notwithstanding these three nations, the SII will likewise send out Covishield to Bangladesh under COVAX, they said.

The SII will begin Covid antibody trade under the COVAX program from November 23 and Nepal will get the principal part of Covishield on November 24.

The public authority, prior in October, had allowed the SII to send out 10 lakh Covishield dosages each to Nepal, Myanmar and Bangladesh under the ‘Immunization Maitri’ program.

In a new correspondence to the Union Health Ministry, Prakash Kumar Singh, Director, Government and Regulatory Affairs at Serum Institute of India (SII) is figured out how to have been educated that the Pune-based firm has fabricated supply of 24,89,15,000 portions of Covishield and that the stock is expanding step by step.

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