Corona: When will the vaccine come for children? got the answer
Serum Institute of India CEO Poonawalla says they have enough data to demonstrate that the vaccine will work and protect children from infectious disease.
- Adar Poonawalla showed a new ray of hope
- Children’s vaccine may come in six months
- According to the data, the vaccine will prove to be effective
New Delhi. In view of the growing outbreak of Omicron, there is a danger of a third wave of corona in the country. In such a situation, vaccination of children as well as adults has become very important. But now the wait for children’s vaccine is going to end soon. Serum Institute of India plans to bring Covid-19 vaccine to children in the next six months. The company’s CEO Adar Poonawalla gave this information on Tuesday. Giving the figures, Poonawalla has said that the vaccine will prove to be effective.
- Adar Poonawalla’s big statement
Taking part in an industrial conference, Poonawalla said that the ‘Covovax’ vaccine is under trial and may prove to be capable of providing all kinds of protection to children aged three years and above. He further told that excellent figures of testing have been seen.
- what do the figures say
Poonawalla says he has enough data to demonstrate that the vaccine will work and protect children from infectious disease. Covidshield and other Covid vaccines are approved for people over 18 years of age. If everything goes according to the words of Poonawalla, then very soon children will also be able to prevent this infection.
- Relief news for young children
Poonawalla said, ‘We have not seen more serious diseases in children. Luckily the kids don’t panic. However, we will come out with a vaccine for children in six months, hopefully it will be for children aged three years and above. Will be
- what said on omicron
The CEO of Serum Institute of India said that if the public feels that their child should be vaccinated, then wait for the government’s announcement for this. Poonawalla has not said anything clearly yet on the variant Omicron of Covid. According to Poonawalla, nothing can be said so far about the Omicron form of Covid, how it will affect children.