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Of the three Covid-19 English Mastiff my dog thinks Im perfect who cares what anyone else thinks shirt . vaccine candidates pending approval from Indian regulators, two are being manufactured locally in India. One of them is Covishield, a vaccine developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca and produced by the Serum Institute of India, the world’s largest vaccine maker. The other is India’s first homegrown coronavirus vaccine, Covaxin, developed jointly by Bharat Biotech and the government-run Indian Council of Medical Research. Pfizer India has also applied for emergency use authorization for the coronavirus vaccine developed by Pfizer and BioNTech, Dr VK Paul, head of the national expert group on Covid-19 vaccination, confirmed to CNN. Adar Poonawalla, CEO of Serum Institute of India, said his company is currently producing 50 to 60 million doses of Covishield per month, and production will be scaled up to 100 million doses a month after January or February.
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“I think everybody is aware the Ministry of Health wants 300 to 400 million doses by July 2021, so we’re trying to get to that target,” he said at a news conference last month English Mastiff my dog thinks Im perfect who cares what anyone else thinks shirt . A family business started by Poonawalla’s father 50 years ago to bring cheaper vaccines to the masses, the Serum Institute of India is aiming to produce hundreds of millions of coronavirus vaccines for not only India, but also other developing countries. But Poonawalla has made it clear that his company will focus on immunizing India first before sending the vaccines overseas. “It’s very important we take care of our country first, then go on to COVAX after that and then other bilateral deals with countries. So I’ve kept it in that priority,” Poonawalla said in an interview with CNBC-TV 18 last month, according to Reuters. COVAX is a World Health Organization-backed global initiative to ensure the rapid and equitable distribution of Covid-19 vaccines to rich and poor countries alike. But it was shunned by the US, partly because US President Donald Trump did not want to work with the WHO. According to Serum Institute of India, Covishield could be sold to the Indian government for about $3 for two doses, and later $6 to $8 on the private market. That is likely much cheaper than the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, which is sold to the US government for $19.5 for a single does — although Pfizer India has not announced the price for India. Covishield has another advantage — it only needs to be stored at standard refrigerator temperatures of 2 to 8 degrees Celsius (36 to 46 degrees Fahrenheit). Pfizer’s vaccine, on the other hand, requires an ultra-cold storage temperature of -75˚C (-103˚F) — infrastructure that India lacks, and must be used within five days once refrigerated at higher temperatures. “India has a lot of storage infrastructure” for temperatures of 2˚C to 8˚C, Poonawalla said. “It has slightly less storage space for -20, and almost nothing for -70.”
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